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ANNUAL ' 
of the 

1 GASTON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

of 
North Carolina 

FIFTY -THIRD ANNUAL SESSION 
Held With 

EAST BAPTIST CHURCH 
GASTONIA, N.C. 

.. October 21, 1971 

and 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
CRAMERTON, N.C. 

October 22, 1971 

o 

The Next Annual Session Will Be Held With 

UNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 

GASTONIA, N.C. - 

CATAWBA HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH 
BELMONT, N.C. 

Thursday and Friday, October 19-20, 1972 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Associational Directory 1 

Calendar (1972) 

Church Directory ' „ 4 

Constitution and By -La^ws 1 

General Board Members 1 

Historical Events 1 

Historical Sketches (Host Churches) i 

Map 3 

Messengers o •. . . , 1 

Proceedings „ 2 

Program (Annual Session) ' 

Dedication 

Our Beloved Dead „ 2 



Reports: ■. 2^1 

Auditor's 3J 

Budget for 1971-72 4(|l 

Executive Committee 3€| 

In Memoriam , 2ii 

Missions Committee , 2^-1 

Resolutions Committee 4'i 

Treasurer's 3^ 

Woman's Missionary Union Annual Session Program 

TABLES H 

Historical 5! 



X.' 



DEDICATION 




James A (Peepy) Rhyne 

To Whom this Volume 

of the 

Gaston Baptist Association 

ANNUAL 

is 
Dedicated 



iHAKi FOREST yi^l¥ei5igTl 



PROGRAM 

53rd ANNUAL SESSION 
OCT. 21st - 22nd ' 

FIRST DAY - EAST, GASTONIA 

1:30 Registration 

2:00 Worship Ken Dent 

2:20 Committee Reports: 

Program Glain Penni 

Missions -, Fred Ki 

Nominating Fred Cri 

Comm. on Comm Tom Hog 

C alendar Elvin Jon 

Stewardship Joe Harrisi 

2:50 Organizational Reports: 

Sunday School Marvin Will 

Church Training Harry McC? 

W.M.U Mrs. Jerry Stricklai 

Brotherhood George Pettigre 

3:30 "Upsurge" 

1. Per Capita Giving M. O. Owens, J 

2. Associational Support Yates Campbe 

3. Evangelism ■. W. F. Pay^ 

BREAK 

4:00 

4:20 Hymn 

4:25 Miscellaneous Business 

Memorials A. A. Baili 

4:40 Institutional Reports 

Hospital John Campbe 

Baptist Homes Jerry Leth( 

Children's Homes William Brov 

Christian Education A. Douglas Aldri( 

5:10 Worship Ken Dent( 

5:20 Doctrinal Sermon: "God's Grace in Salvation" Kenneth Ridings - Teacher i 
homiletics, Fruitland Baptist Bible Institute & pastor of Morgan Memori 
Baptist Church, Greenville, S.C. 

5:50 BREAK & SUPPER 





RIDINGS 



CARPENTER 



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EVENING FIRST DAY . 

00 Associational Missions: 

Moderator Love Dixon 

Exec. Comm WorthBraswell 

Treasurer E. W. Brockman 

Finance Comm Ralph Carpenter 

:35 N. C. Baptists at Work Dr. Perry Crouch 

General Secy. - N. C. Baptist State Conv. 

1:00 Worship Ken Denton 

Scripture Tom Hogan 

, Pastor, East Baptist, Gastonia 

1:20 Annual Sermon Ralph Carpenter 

Pastor, Hickory Grove Baptist Church 

1:00 ADJOURN 

ECOND DAY - FIRST, CRAMERTON 
8:45 Registration 

9:00 Worship Ken Denton 

9:20 Panel on State Agencies and Institutions: 

1. Baptist Foundation Gordon Maddrey 

2. Fruitland & Summer Assemblies Gary Harthcock 

3. Biblical Recorder Marse Grant 

4. Christian Social Service Institutions W. R, Wagoner 

5. Christian Ed R. Robert MuUinax 

6. South Mountain Camp T. A. Lineberger 

0:30 BREAK 

0:45 Miscellaneous Business: 

Resolutions Comm W. W. Black 

Evangelism Perry Huffstetler 

Biblical Recorder Charles Carter 

1:00 Missions Reports: 

State Missions Charles High 

Home Missions Mrs. Yates Craig 

Foreign Missions James Revis 

1:20 Worship Ken Denton 

1:30 Missionary Message Howard Knight 

2:15 Adjourn for Lunch 



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EAST GASTONIA FIRST CRAMERTON 



EAST BAPTIST CHURCH, GASTONIA 

In November 1900, a group of Christians came together in a school building a 
the Ozark Mill to worship under the leadership of Reverend J. A. Hoyle. Originall 
named the Second Baptist Church, East Baptist Church was organized on June 23, 1901 
Although the exact number of charter members is not known, it is believed there wer 
39. 

Erected in 1902, the first building was replaced by the present sanctuary in 191i 
which was remodeled in 1949 with air conditioning added. Further units added includi 
two educational wings in 1939 and one three story educational building in 1959. Th( 
church owns two homes - one for its Pastor and the other for its Minister of Education 
In 1970, the church embarked upon a rebuilding program of the sanctuary and the twi 
1939 vintage educational buildings. 

The ten pastors who have served East Baptist Church are: Reverand J. A, Hoyle 
Dr. J. L. Vipperman, Reverend J. J. Beach, Dr. J. W. Whitley, Reverend C. C. Kiser 
Reverend T. H. King, Reverend J. O. Fulbright, Reverend T. L. Cashwell, Sr., Reveren( 
M. O, Owens, Jr., and Reverend E. Thomas Hogan. 

Serving with the ten pastors were eight Ministers of Education, Music, Educatioi 
and Music or Education and Youth as follows: Mr. Furman O. Kelly, Mr. Charles P 
Burchette, Mr. Newell C. Carter, Mr. John Fischer, Mr. E. Pascal Colson, Mr. J. K 
Carpenter, Mr. Ralph L Massey, and Mr. Harry M. McCall. 

Other staff members at the present time are Miss Juanita Alexander, church sec- 
retary; Mrs. Morris R, Hall, organist; and Mrs. Ralph Huffstetler, financial secretary 

The following members of East dedicated their lives to a Christian vocation an 
went out to serve the Lord in other places: T. L. Cashwell, Jr., Steve Dellinger, Johnn] 
Enloe, Jr., Charles William Farrar, John S. Farrar, Jr., Boyd Hooks, Hubert Huggins 
Bill Kincaid, Jacob L. Kincaid, Jr., Raymond Long, Paul V. McManus, Jr., Roy Melton 
J. C. Price, Jr., Marshall Price, Craig J. Rhyne, Sloan A, Rhyne, Charles M. Spence 
Sr., James Summey, and W. L Walters. 

Further indication of the Spiritual Growth of the young church can be seen whei 
with just ten years behind her. East Church began to look toward the needs of others 
A succession of missions which have grown into churches was the result: 

In the Spring of 1910, First Baptist Church organized a Sunday School on West Fiftl 
Avenue. Between then and 1917 East Baptist Church and the Loray Baptist Church con- 
tributed financially to this endeavor until the South Gastonia Baptist Church was con- 
stituted now known as the Marietta Street Baptist Church. 

A Sunday School, for children in the Flint-Groves Community, started by Eas 
Church led to the organization of Flint Groves Baptist Church in March 1923. 

The Seventh Avenue Baptist Church was begun as a mission in 1946, and organizec 
as a Church in 1952. 

In 1953, New Hope Mission was initiated and organized into New Hope Baptis 
Church by 1955. The first and present Pastor is Reverend Robert F. Summey. 

Parkwood Baptist Chapel started in 1963 was constituted into Parkwood Baptis 
the following year with Reverend M. O. Owens, Jr. serving doubly as Pastor of Eas 
Church and Pulpit Minister of Parkwood Chapel. 

Ozark Baptist Mission was founded in 1958. The present Pastor is Reverenc 
Charles M. Spence, Sr. 

From an original membership of 39, the church has grown to 1051. Her first year' J 
financial receipts were $336.31; receipts for 1970 totaled $106,937.23. 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CRAMERTON 
The First Baptist Church of Cramerton began as a union Sunday School about 



906. A Baptist Church was formally organized on Oct. 9, 1910 with 25 charter mem- 
brs. The church was admitted to the South Fork Association and was known as Mays- 
jorth Baptist Church. Rev. C. M. Erwin was the first pastor. He was followed by 
bv. C. L. Caldwell. The church almost died in 1914 but Rev. Walter Wilson became 
kstor in 1915 and the church was revived and reorganized with 51 members. 
! Rev. J. H. Vipperman became pastor in 1916 and served for 18 months. He was 
illowed by Rev. C, L, Taylor who served for two years. The church joined the newly 
i:ganized Gaston County Association in 1919. Rev. J. P. Bennett became pastor in 
921. During his ministry Mr. Stuart W. Cramer built the church house at a cost of 
x)ut $50,000.00 and presented it to the Baptist of Cramerton. It was dedicated Au- 
ist 28, 1921. The name was changed to Cramerton Baptist Church. Rev. J. M. 
Irogdon was pastor from 1923-25. Membership grew to 347, but a revision of the roll 
liter reduced the membership to 212. 

Dr. E, V. Hudson became pastor on March 1, 1926 and faithfully served the church 
ill 31 years. Membership grew to 769. Mrs. Pauline Hurd became church secretary in 
j346 and continues to serve in that capacity. The church's first educational worker 
ias secured in 1944 in the person of Miss Naomi Braswell. In 1949 the church voted 
\' pay half the salary of Miss Stella Austin, missionary to Nigeria. This is still being 
lid at a rate of $1,000.00 a year. A new educational building was erected in 1950. 
Ight young men answered the call to preach during Dr. Hudson's ministry. They were: 
larence Baker, Rufus Fisher, Harry Hand, Bob Featherston, Wilburn Hendrix, L H. 
oUingsworth, Furman Kelly and Guy Walker. The Riverside Baptist Church grew out 

mibsion work begun during Dr. Hudson's ministry. The name of the church was 
langed to First Baptist about 1947. 

1 Dr. Hudson retired on January 27, 1957. Dr. Bartlett Bowers served as interim for 
j year during which time a modern brick parsonage was built. Rev. R. O. Baker began 
lis ministry in March of 1958. Mrs. Guthrie Colvard was serving as Music Director 
t the time. Mr. Robert Austin was called as Assistant to the Pastor and Youth Di- 
^ctor in May of 1958. The church began using the Forward Program of Church Finance 
h 1958. Gifts increased by 60<7o in one year. An extensive survey of the community 
[as made in 1960. Mr. James Adams was secured to serve as Minister of Education 

1961. A total of 202 members were received during Rev. Baker's ministry. 

Rev. Hayne Rivers became pastor in July of 1963 and served until March of 1968. 
uring his ministry a new educational plant, appropriately named the Hudson Building 
1 honor of Dr. and Mrs. E. V. Hudson, was built at a cost of $76,000.00. Dr. Hudson 
(as named Pastor Emeritus in October, 1964. Muss Suzie Ford became Choir Director 
jji June, 1965. Rev. Jesse Hill became Minister of Education in September, 1967 and 
prved until February, 1971. The church purchased the Lakewood House for the Minister 
f Education at a cost of $17,000.00. Rev. Melvin Rabb was ordained to the ministry 
jugust 11. 1968. 

j Rev. Eugene Johns became pastor in September, 1968. The church continues to 
upport a strong missionary program with over $19,000.00 going to missions in 1970. 
,3^0 of contributions go to the Cooperation Program. 

CALENDAR 

1972 
TENTATIVE CALENDAR 

ANUARY - Make Your Will Month 10 Assoc. General Board 

3- 8 Bible Study - JOB: A Study In 17 WMU Exec. 11:45 Bapt. Bldg. 

j Providence & Faith 17-19 State Real- Life Conf. 

|)- 7 VBS Clinic - Wingate (1 dir. from Assoc.) 



21-22 Institute for Home Missions 
Study Teachers - CaRAway 

23 Baptist Men's Day 

24 Pastors' Conf. 10 A.M. at Ba 
tist Building 

26 Ministers* Wives 
28-30 High School Seniors Retreat 
CaRAway 



29 Ministers' Wives 



APRIL 

2 

2- 8 

9-15 

10 

14-15 



14-15 
14-16 
14-16 

16 
16-22 

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FEBRUARY 

5 RA Leadership Courses 
Charlotte First 

6 Baptist World Alliance Sun. 
7- 9 State Evangelistic Conf. 

Fayetteville - Cumberland 
County Auditorium 

13 Race Relations Sunday 
13-19 WMU Focus Week 

15 Preparation Day for Lay Evange- 
lism Schools 

Bapt. Women & Bapt. Young Women 21 
Husbands & Wives Banquet - 1st 21-22 
Bapt., Gast. 

Girls- In- Action 6,7,8 yr. olds, 
Mother- Daughter Bancpet 7-9 Bel- 
mont 1st (informal) 

20 Homes for Aging Offering 

21 President's Day Long Week-end 
23 Regional Real- Life Conf. 

Lincolnton First 
25-26 State Metropolitan Missions 
Conf. - Green St., High Point 

28 Pastors Conf. 10 A.M., B.B. 

29 Regional Choir Festivals Unity, 
Gastonia 



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18 



21-22 

23 

24 

26 

29-29 

28-30 

20 



MAY 
5- 6 
5- 7 



MARCH 

1 Ministers' Wives 
3- 4 Day Camp Workshop- Mundo Vista 
5-11 Week of Prayer for Home Miss. 
Annie Armstrong Easter Off. 
10 GA's Home Mission Fair - 10,11, 
12 Yr. Olds, 7-9, Unity, Gast. 
12-18 Youth Week In The Churches 
14-16 W.M.U. Annual Session Winston- 
Salem Conv. Center 
18 Youth Night - E. Belmont. 7 PM 
23-24 Church Training Adult Leadership 

Workshop - Charlotte 
24-25 State Brotherhood Conv. 

Pritchard Mem. , Charlotte 
27 Pastors' Conf. 10 A.M. B.Bldg. 



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7-13 

12-13 

14 

15-16 



19-20 

19-20 

20 



21 
29 
29 
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EASTER 

Suggested Week for Revivals 

Jewish Fellowship Week 

General Board 

B. Women Conf. - Knollwood, 

W.S. 

Week-end RA Camp - CaRAway 

BSU Spring Conf. - Caswell 

Family Camp - CaRAway 

Co-op. Program Day 

Church Member Training Week 

WMU Exec. 11:45 Bapt. Bldg. 

WMU Annual Mtg. - Catawba 

Hgts. 

4 P.M. - Afternoon Sesssion 

6 P.M. - Supper. 7 P.M. - 

Night Sess. 

Family Life Conf. - Gastonia 1st 

State Youth Conf. - Raleigh 

Church Library Conf. 

Providence, Charlotte 

Assoc. Real- Life Conf. 

East, Gastonia 2:30-8:00 

Pastors' Conf. 10 A.M. Bapt. B. 

Ministers' Wives 

Week-end RA Camp 

Family Camp - CaRAway 

Assoc. Real- Life Conf. 

McAdenville. 2:30-8:00 



Week-end RA Camp - CaRAway 

Family Camp Week-end - 

CaRAway 

Assoc. RA Track Meet 

Christian Home Week 

B. Women Retreat - Mundo Vista 

Mothers Day Hospital Offering 

Evangelism, Communications & 

Administration Workshop 

Greensboro First 

B. Women Retreat - Mundo Vista:' 

Senior Men's Retreat - CaRAway 

State RA Track Meet - 

Wake Forest 

Radio & T.V. Sunday 

Memorial Day Long Week-end 

Pastors' Conf. 10 AM, B. Bldg. 

Ministers' Wives 



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JUNE 

' 4- 5 Southern WMU Conv. - Phil. 
5- 9 Southern Baptist Conv. 
Philadelphia 
9 GA Lock-In, 9,10,11 Yr. Olds 

9 P.M. - 9 A.M. at Stanley 1st 

10 State Finals Scripture Exploring 

11 Religious Liberty Sunday 

12 10 Weeks of RA Camps begin 
CaRAway 

12 5 Weeks of GA camps begin 

Mundo- Vista 
17-18 Young Married s Retreat 

Mundo- Vista 
18 Father's Day 

Christian Education Off. 
20 GA Day Camp 6,7,8 yr. olds. 

10 A.M. - 4 P.M., Rankin Lake 
26 Pastors' Conf. 10 A.M., B.B. 

JULY 

3- 7 Week of Christian Studies 
Mars Hill 

4 Independence Day 

5 Assoc. S.S. Officers Briefing 
Meeting - Caswell 

7- 8 B. Young Women Retreat 
Mundo- Vista 
9 Christian Literature Day 
10-14 World Mission Week at Caswell 
17 WMU Exec. Meet. - 11:45 

Baptist Building 
17 5 Weeks of Acteen Camps begin 
Mundo- Vista 

17 General Board 

24 Pastors' Conf. 10 A.M. B. Bldg. 
28-29 College Career Retreat 

Mundo Vista 
July 30- Aug. 2 Assoc. Group Revivals 

AUGUST 

2 Assoc. S.S. Officers Briefing 
Meeting - Ridgecrest 
10-16 W.M.U. Week - Ridgecrest 

18 Statewide Youth Evangelism 
Night - Greensboro Coliseum 

19 Men & Boys Conclave 

20-26 Week of Prayer for Assn. Miss. 
24-30 Home Miss. Week - Ridgecrest 
25-26 Assoc. WMU Leaders Workshop 
Mundo Vista 
28 Pastors' Conf. 10 A.M., B. Bldg. 
27- Sept. 2 Lang. Missions Week 



SEPTEMBER 

4 Labor Day Long Week-end 
8- 9 Assoc. WMU Leaders Workshop 

Mundo Vista 
8- 9 Brotherhood Leadership Training 
Retreat - CaRAway 
11-15 Local Church Real- Life Confs. 
12 Report Breakfast - Bapt. Bldg. 
14 Report Breakfast - Bapt. Bldg. 
15-16 Acteens, Assoc. Officers Clinic 
Mundo Vista 

17 State Missions Day Offering 

18 Brotherhood Workshop, Supper 
Mtg. 6:00 - 9:00 P.M. 

22-23 Bapt. Men's Retreat - CaRAway 

25 Pastors' Conf. 10 A.M., B. Bldg. 

25-26 WMU Ldrshp. Courses, Tuckasee- 

gee 6-9(25) & 6-8(26), Attend 

Both 
27 Ministers' Wives 
29-30 Festival of Creative Arts & Ch. 

Training, Creative Leadership 

Conf., Greensboro First 
OCTOBER 

2- 5 Pastors' Retreat - Caswell 

3- 5 N.C. Bapt. Chaplains - CaRAway 
EACH WEDNESDAY IN OCTOBER -. 
Prayer emphasis for the Cooperative Pro. 

6- 7 Statewide Pastors' & S.S. Dir. 

CaRAway 
6- 8 BYW Conv., Raleigh, Forest Hills 
6- 8 Father- Son Camp - CaRAway 

8 Biblical Recorder Day 

9 Columbus Day Long Week-end 
9 General Board 

13-15 Deacons' Retreat - CaRAway 
16 WMU Exec. 11:45, Bapt. Bldg. 

19-20 Annual Meeting Gaston Assoc. 
Unity, Gast. - 1st Day, Catawba 
Hgts. - 2nd day, Yates Campbell, 
Preacher & Stan Howard, Alt. 

22 American Bible Society Day 

23 Pastors' Conf. 10 A.M., B. Bldg. 
23 WMU Workshop, Loray, 10-12 & 

7-9 P.M. (Attend Either) 
25 Ministers' Wives 
27-28 Festival of Creative Arts & Ch. 
Trng. Training, Creative Leader- 
ship Conf. Conf., Morganton First 
30 Veterans Day Long Week-end 
NOVEMBER 

2 Brotherhood Leadership Clinic - 



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Supper Meeting DECEMBER 

3- 5 BSUFallConv. - Ridgecrest 3. 9 week of Prayer for Foreign 

5-11 RA Week Missions - Lottie Moon Off. 

7 Election Day . H pastors & Wives Annual Banquet 

13-15 Baptist State Convention 20 Convention Wide Carol Sing in 

Winston-Salem the Churches 

19 Offering for Childrens Homes 21-27 Office Closed for Christmas 

23 Thanksgiving 25 Christmas Day 
27 Pastors' Conf. 10 A.M.. B. Bldg. 3^ Student Night at Christmas 
27 "M" Night 
29 Ministers' Wives 

HISTORICAL EVENTS 
OF INTEREST 

ALEXANDER - Remodeled Sanctuary inside. Licensed Robert Andrew Raines to th€ 

ministry. 
BEECH AVENUE - New fellowship hall completed 
BELMONT, EAST - Renovations in Education Building of new lights and ceilings, 

carpeting in Pastor's study, new furniture in preschool departments. Purchased: 

new activity bus and organized Golden Years Club Rhythum Band 
BETHLEHEM - Purchased old church from Seventh Avenue and made a fellowship! 

building 
CALVARY - Painting of Educational Building 
CENTERVIEW - Celebrated 50th Golden Anniversary of church in August. Removed 

old parsonage and enlarged and repaved parking lot. Started radio ministry on 

WCGC Belmont 
CRAMERTON, FIRST - Memorial lights installed in sanctuary of church 
FAIRVIEW - Lay Evangelist program. Retired Persons fellowship 
GASTONL^, EAST - 70th Anniversary Celebration, dedication of restored building 
GASTONL^. FIRST - Child Day Development Center began in August 
HOLLAND MEMORIAL - Annual homecoming in August 

McADENVILLE - Bought Parsonage, new minister came December 6, Rev. Ray Seism 
LORAY - Homcoming observed in September, purchased new choir robes, purchased 

pew cushions ^ 

LOWELL, FIRST - Renovation of recreation building, made space in parking lot for 

100 cars 
MOUNT BEULAH - Renovated Sanctuary, air conditioned entire church, installed 

steeple 
MOUNT HOLLY, FIRST - Mr. and Mrs. James Davenport presented the church with 

a set of Beagen Chimes in memory of her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. James 

Ware, Sr. 
MOUNT HOLLY, SECOND - Dedicated a new parsonage this past year, much of the 

grounds around the church are being landscaped, voted to send $15.00 a month 

to a mission in Iowa 

NORTHSIDE - Added 20/10 front entrance to church for pastors study and secretarial 
office, completely remodeled interior, including paneling walls, floor carpet, 
also new pews and communion furniture. New choir rooms, concrete patio and 
driveway in front of church. 

OAK GROVE - Bricked church, replaced windows, built new recreational room 

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)AKLAND - Brick blocked educational building, paved parking lots, built 29 feet 
addition to auditorium 

^ARKWOOD - Completed new building, first of master plan, at cost of $240,000 
plus fumishings, in June, 1971. Called William B. McGibney, in April, as Minis- 
ter of Music. Began fully graded choir program with instruments also provided 

U!DGE - Church mortage paid off September 1971 

aDGEVIEW - Purchased church activity bus 

aVERSIDE - Burned note on Sanctuary July 18th 

iOBINWOOD - Built Sunday School rooms, and recreational building 

>EVENTH AVENUE - Painting for baptistry, new furnace 

SOUTH MARIETTA STREET - Called Mr. William W. Johnston as Minister of Music 
& Education, redecorated Educational Building 

)PENCER MOUNTAIN - Completed new parsonage and Fellowship building 

5T0WE MEMORIAL - Called new minister, Rev. George Willis in April 

JNITY (B) - Construction of new pastorium 

A^EST FRANKLIN AVENUE - First ordination in the history of our church, Howard W. 
Carrigan 

VOODLAWN - Dedication of New Memorial Library, September 12 

ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

I. OFFICERS 1971-72 

Moderator Love Dbcon, 422 Separk Circle, Gastonia, 28052 

i^ice Moderator Elvin Jones, 412 Church St., Belmont. 28012 

Clerk Claude Connell, 1003 E. Catawba St.. Belmont, 28012 

Treasurer E. W. Brockman, 410 Dale Ave.. Gastonia. 28052 

'arliamentarian A. A. Bailey. 101 East Texas Ave., Bessemer City, 28016 

librarian Roland Fowler, Rt. 2, Box 665. Dallas, 28034 

■vangelism Chmn Charles Carter, Box 516, Cherryville, 28021 

Vssn. Exec. Board Chmn Walter Long, 23 N. Central Ave., Belmont, 28012 

jStewardship Comm. Chmn Dan Blair, Box 223, Lowell, 28098 

jiistorian S. Guy Walker, 701 Littlejohn Ave., Gastonia, 28052 

i^issions Comm. Chmn Jerry Lethco, Rt. 2, Box 711, Bessemer City, 28016 

dominating Comm. Chmn. . . Mrs. Perry Huffstetler, Rt. 1, Spencer Mt. Rd., Gastonia, 
I 28052 

punday School Dir Marvin Willis, 4816 Union Rd., Gastonia, 28052 

paining Union Dir Harry McCall. 117 N. Patrick St., Gastonia, 28052 

isrotherhood Dir George Pettigrew. 3032 Audrey Dr.. Gastonia, 28052 

VmU Dir Mrs. Bill Wilson. 3015 Gardner Park Dr., Gastonia, 28052 

i4usic Dir Kenneth Denton, 505 N. Hawthorne St., Mount Holly, 28120 

II. TRUSTEES 

frrustees: W. F. Lovingood, H^rschel Beam and Truett Smith 

III. COMMITTEES 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

1972 Tom Hogan; Eleanor Craig; Walter Long. Chairman 

1973 Harold Brown, Forest Roberts, Sr., Frank Taylor 

1974 Richard Hicks, Fred West. Mack Press ley 

Elvin Jones, Vice Moderator; Frank Hoyle, Finance Chmn.- 

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Jerry Lethco, Missions Chmn.; Roland Simmons, Properties Chmn. 
A. A. Bailey, Constitution Chmn.; Love Dixon, Moderator - EX-OFFICIO 



FINANCE: 
1972 
1973 
1974 



Frank Hovie, Chmn.; Albert Bradshaw 
Mrs. Troy Bishop, John "Ike" Isenhour 
John Kinnaman, Worth Bras well 



ORDINATION: 

1972 

1973 

1974 



Elvin Jones , Douglas Aldrich 

E. J. Rumfelt, J. D. Williams, Chmn. 

William Pope, John Kale 



NOMINATING: 

1972 

1973 

1974 

SOUTH MOUNTAIN CAMP: 

1972 

1973 

1974 



J. Baker, Mrs. Hoyle Allred 

L. A. Gable, Jr.; Gerald Campbell, Chmn. 

Guy W alker, Johnny Enloe 



Lonnie Bryson, John Clark 

Ladd Maxwell, J. G. England, Chmn. 

Garland Early, Jason Lee 



COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES: 

1972 

1973 

1974 



Glenn Caldwell, Chmn.; Cecil Withers 
Lathan Wright, E. G. Powell 
Marvin Willis, Fred High 



MISSIONS COMMITTEE: 

1972 

1973 

1974 



Mrs. Forest Roberts, Sr., J. D. Williams 
Jerry Lethco, Chmn., Mrs. Wade Glenn 
Yates Campbell, J. Calvin May 



STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE: 

1972 

1973 

1974 



Ralph Carpenter 
Dan Blair, Chmn. 
Max Craig 



EVANGELISM: 

1972 

1973 

1974 



Stan Howard 
W. Flay Payne 
Charles Carter, Chmn. 



CHRISTIAN LIFE & PUB. AFFAIRS 

1972 

1973 • ^ 

1974 



Wade McKnight, Chmn. 
Charles Me ares 
W. H. "Bill" Rucker 



RESOLUTIONS: 

1972 

1973 

1974 



Mrs. W. W. Daves 

W. W. Black 

Mrs. Fred High, Chmn. 



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PROGRAM: 

1972 M. O. Owens, Jr. 

1973 • Charles High, Chmn. 

1974 James Revis 

ASSOCIATIONAL PROPERTY: 

1972 Roland Simmons, Chmn. 

1973 , , Mrs. Richard Hicks 

1974 ' Mrs. Paul Moss 

CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE: 

1972 M. O. Owens, Jr. 

1973 Gerald Harris 

1974 A. A. Bailey, Chmn. 

IV. SUNDAY SCHOOL AND CHURCH TRAINING 

Sunday School Director Marvin Willis 

Teaching Improvement Dir Phillip Duncan 

Outreach Director Richard Hicks 

V.B.S. Director Glain Pennell 

Adult Director Garland Early 

Youth Director Larry Keaton 

Childrens Director Bill Pearson 

Pre-School Director Patsy Campbell 

Church Training Director Harry McCall 

Adult Division Director Harry McCall 

Youth Division Director 

Childrens Division Director 

Pre-School Division Director 

V. WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 

Woman's Missionary Union Director Mrs. Bill Wilson 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. Dennis Russell 

Baptist Young Women Director Mrs. Fred West 

Acteen Director Mrs. Bob Rowland 

Girls In Action Director Mrs. Jimmy Champion 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. Fred High 

Secretary Miss Florene Pressley 

Treasurer Mrs. YatesCraig 

WMU Council Advisor Mrs. Harold Strickland 

Mission Action Directors: 

County Home Mrs. Charles Meares 

Orthopedic 

Literacy Mrs. W. W. Daves 

Area Group Directors: 

Mt. Holly- McAdenville Miss Annie Shehan 

Belmont- Cramerton Mrs. Troy Bishop 

Dallas-Stanley 

Cherryville Mrs. Charles Black 

Central Gastonia Mrs. W. H. Rucker 

West Gastonia Mrs. J. L Blalock 

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East Gastonia 

Bessemer City Mrs. Hoyle Allrec 

W.M.U. Nominating Committee Mrs. Perry Huffs tetler, Chalrmar 

Mrs. M. O. Owens, Mrs. Brady Leagan, Mrs. Carrie Warren 
W.M.U. Scholarship Committee Mrs. Clyde Martin, Chairmarj 

Mrs. L. B. Bass. Mrs. Yates Craig 

VI. MUSIC 

Music Director Ken Denton 

VII. BROTHERHOOD 

Brotherhood Director George Pettigrew 

Royal Ambassador Jason Lee 

R.A. Baseball Commissioner Clarence Morris 

Asst. Commissioner Gene Baughman 

Vm. REPRESENTATIVES FOR INSTITUTIONS, AGENCIES | 

Homes for Aging Jerry Lethco 

Children's Homes William Brown 

Hospital John Campbell 

Christian Education Eugene Johns 

SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS 
Rev. Hoyle Allred 3039 Gardner Park Dr., Gastonia 

OFFICE SECRETARY 
Mrs. Hoyle Allred 3039 Gardner Park Dr., Gastonia, 28052 

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRY WORKERS 
Mrs. Harold Strickland 408 S. Marietta St., Gastonia, 28052 

Director of Gaston Baptist Center 
Mrs. Larry (Kitty) Keaton 101 Oak St.. Lowell, 28098 

Director of Mission Action 
Mrs. Jerry (Lou) Lethco Rt. 1, Box 405, Bessemer City, 28016 

Director of Case V/orker 

' MOTTO 

"Ephphras, who is one of you. a Servant of Christ, saluteth you, always laboring 
fervently with you in prayer, that ye may stand perfect and complete in all the will 
of God." Col. 4:12. 

(Adopted at the Organization of the Association. November 4, 1919) 

GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 
' - All pastors are members of the General Board 

ALEXANDER MEMORIAL R.T. Buckner. R.L. Ritchie 

ALEXIS Max Presswood, Leonard Bynum 

ANTHONY GROVE Hubert McSwain, Frank Sain 

BELMONT, EAST Gerald Campbell. Max Robinson 

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BELMONT, FIRST Claude Smith, Thomas Causby 

BEREA John Barkley, Ronnie Johnson 

BESSEMER CITY, FIRST Harold Robinson, Joe Butler 

BINGHAM O.T. Polk, Stanlery Waters 

CALVARY Herman Lane, B. J. Deaton 

CATAWBA HEIGHTS Logan Huffstetler, J. C. Scott 

CHERRYVILLE, FIRST Tony Sabettie 

CLEVELAND HEIGM'io Boyd Heffner, Jimmy Galloway 

COMMUNITY Charles Jones, RoyceHart 

CRAMERTON, FIRST Howard A. Price, R,M. Pence 

CRAMERTON, WEST F.M. Brandon, Ralph Barnes 

DALLAS Ernest Penley, LathanWright 

FAIRVIEW Fred Chastain, Don Conrad 

FLINT GROVES John McClure, William Eugene Brown 

GAMBLE HILL Bill Ledford 

GASTONIA, EAST Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Clayton 

GASTONIA, FIRST J. Furman Lewis, Forest Roberts, Sr. 

HARDIN Judson Rhyne, Claude Hovis 

I HICKORY Lloyd Abernathy, Kenneth Bailey 

j HOLLAND MEMORL^L B. D. Calhoun, Lela Calhoun 

i LAKEVIEW Dan Rhodes, Dick Shelton 

ij LONG CREEK MEMORIAL Don McClure, Winf red Addington 

i! LORAY Buford Blanton, Tommy Barton 

ij LOVE MEMORIAL Ronald Smith, Wilfred Sutton 

I LOWELL, FIRST Harry Sturgis. RalphMcMahan 

\ McADENVILLE , Norman R, Hicks 

" MODENA STREET Paul Lewis, Jimmy Johnston 

I MOUNT BEULAH Dean Baker, Jack Garrett 

I MOUNT HOLLY, SECOND Norman Stringer. L.L Brown 

: MOUNT ZION John Lee Black. Richard Sigmon 

; NORTHSIDE , Orville Kirkland 

' OAKLAND C.W. Adams 

PARKWOOD J.C. Smith, Cliff Broome 

PLAINVIEW Gary Lyles, Charles Paysour 

RANLO W.A. Smith, Sherman Long 

RIDGE Harold Lundsford, Guy Grain 

RIDGEVIEW W.T. Greene, J.A. Walls 

RANLO W. A. Smith, Sherman Long 

RIVERSIDE Don Rhyne, Jack Brown 

SALEM Raymond Franklin, Thomas McGill 

SANDY PLAINS W.L Beaty, Fred Farrar 

SEVENTH AVENUE R,G. Smith. V.C. Potter, Jr. 

SHADE GROVE BUI Mauney, J.P. Hord 

SOUTH MARIETTA STREET Horace Rhodes, Cecil Withers 

SOUTH POINT Houston Davis, Welburn Johnson 

STANLEY, FIRST Harry McClain, Robert Stroupe 

STOWE MEMORIAL Joe Seay, P^obert Perry 

SUNSET FOREST Lewis Hagan, Tom Crider 

TEMPLE D. Parker Snyder, Dean Stewart 

TRINITY Loyd Dockery, W.H. Aldridge 

TUCKASEEGE George Avery, Curtis Smith 

UNITY (B) Fred Helton, John Coins 

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UNITY (G) J, Herman Mots inger, Marion Steedley 

VICTORY Ray Byrd. Paul Roore 

WEST FRANKLIN Wilburn Spencer, Robert Hanna 

WOODLAWN „ Max Earley, R,L. Culbreth 

MESSENGERS 

ALEXANDER - Mrs. P. W. Bailey, Mrs, Margaret Mcjunkins 

ALEXIS - Mrs. Louise Bradshaw, Lee Stroupe. Mrs. Harry Hand, F. R. High Nancv 

W. Stroupe, Mrs. Austin Abernathy, Mrs. Lee Stroupe ' 

ANTHONY GROVE - Rachel H. Kester. Mrs. Neil C. Mullen. Betty McSwain, John 

■A.0 ivale 

^^^^^^7;/"^^? " .^^'" ^''^''"' ^'^' ^^^^ J'^"^^' Pl^^o H^'^din. Mrs. Plato Hardin 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Campbell. Elvin Jones "drain, 

BEIMONT. FIRST - Mr. & Mrs. Walter Long. Mr. & Mrs. Claude S. Hinson Mr & 

Mrs. Joe T. Moore, Mr. L. B. Bass, Sr. 
BEREA - Mrs. Minnie Cagle, Glenn H. Caldwell, Sr., Mrs. C L Elmore 
BESSEMER CITY, FIRST - Claude F. Lipford, A. A. Bailey, Floyd J. Noblett. Mrs. 
rfth7mv^^^^'''' . '^^ • ^' ^!^hardson. Betty Sue Stroupe, Eugene R. Bumgardner 
BETHANY - Troy E. Thomas. Mildred Wilson. J. C.Wilson. Bobb|o. Parker. Barbara 

Parker, Mrs. Troy Thomas ^ 

BETHLEHEM - Mr. & Mrs. Love Dixon, Fred Ware 
BINGHAM - Mr. & Mrs. O. T. Polk, Sr., Ray W. England, Betty Ford 
CALVARY - Herman W. Lane. Mrs. L. W. Workman. Mrs. C. R. Alexander Mr & Mrs 

B, I. Eptmg 

CATAWBA HEIGHTS - Lucille Loftin, Mrs. Ruby Loftin, Curtis Sigmon, Mrs. Rachel 

Henley, Max Pendleton, Logan Huffstetler. Mrs. Myrtle Huffstetler. J. Howard 

Mauldin 
CENTERVIEW - Mrs. Annie Ledbetter, Margaret Beaty. Mrs. O.G. Liles, Jesse L. 

Ballew. E.B. Smith 
CHAPEL GROVE - Mr. & Mrs. W.F. Monroe. Robert Steadham 
CHERRYVILLE, FIRST - Charles Q. Carter. Mrs. W.N. William. Mrs. Robert C. Hayes, 

Paul D. Robins 
CHERRYVILLE, SECOND - Dewey D. Lynn, Mrs, Jack Harris, Clyde H. Shull, Mrs. 

Mary Scott, Franklin Hartman 
CHESTNUT RIDGE - Mrs. Joe Dellinger, Mitchel M. Pruitt, Mr. & Mrs. L.F. Chastain 
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS - Cecil B. Heffner. Maudle Holcomb, Mrs, Myrtle Hoffman. 

Mrs. Edith Justus 
COMMUNITY - Mr. & Mrs. R.S. Simmons. Mrs. Edna Hart, Parnell Shives 
CRAMERTON, FIRST - Mrs. D.M. Ballard, Mrs. J.R. Ellington, Mrs. F.A. Carter. 

Mr. & Mrs. W.S. Haynie. Don Almond. Eugene Johns, Howard Price, Mrs. Ray 

Keeter 
CRAMERTON, WEST - Mrs. W. Lee Cook, G.W. Dillard, Mrs. Edith Pryor 
DALLAS - Mr. & Mrs. Briscoe Ratchford. Mr. & Mrs. Don Caldwell. Buddy R. Seagle. 

E.L. Seagle. Max Harris, Worth Bras well 
FAIRVIEW - Fred S. Chastain, Grady McFee, Jessie McFee. Mrs. Mary Davis. Walter 

F. Payne 
FLINT GROVES - Mrs. & Mrs. E.G. Powell. Mr. &Mrs. John Campbell. Paul Hansell, 

Jason Lee, C.S. Blackwell, Mrs. J.L. Brackett 
FRIENDSHIP - Mrs. Shirley Fergerson, Mrs. Minnie Queen, Sam O. Stevenson 
GAMBLE HILL - Gene Frady, Mrs. Joan Ledford 
GASTONIA, EAST - Mr. & Mrs. A.B. Clayton, Tom Hogan, Mrs. Joe Brown, Miss 

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Juanita Alexander, Mrs. W.H. Herring, Ralph Farrar, Sr., H.M. McCall, Jr., Ed. 

Campbell, Mrs. O.L. Holcombe 
GASTONIA, FIRST - Mr. & Mrs. J. Paul Gilliam, Mr. & Mrs. M.R, Thomas, A.P. 

Hammett, E.W. Brockman, Charles B. Summey, Mrs. Fred D. West, Mrs. William 

Wilson 
GRACE - Georges. Rhyne, Joe A. Campbell 
HARDIN - A. P. Rhyne, Faye Elmore, Mr. & Mrs. Nathan May 
HICKORY GROVE - Mr. & Mrs. James Lineberger, Ralph Carpenter, Mrs. J. D. Brewer, 

Mrs. Mary Almond 
HIGH SHOALS - Mrs. H. M. Abernethy, Philip Welchel, Mrs. Rose Ann Reep, Mrs. Jo 

Ann Gee, Mr. & Mrs. M. R. High 
HOLLAND - Mrs. Hoyle Allied, James Conrad, Hurley Ballard 
LAKEVIEW - E. Ray Seism, Mrs. J.E. Beasley, Sr., Bill Flowers, Mrs. W.A. Jenkins 
LONG CREEK - Mrs. Mary K. McGinnis, Fred C. Crisp, Mrs, Barney O. Barnes 
LORAY - Mr. & Mrs. Vrigil CoUette, Mr. & Mrs. T.R. Barton, Yates Campbell, Wade 

Stiles, Winston Crawford, Glain S. Pennell 
LOVE MEMORIAL - Mrs. Ellen Loftin, John Kinnaman 

LOWELL, FIRST - Dan Blair, A. E. Clemmer. Ralph McMahan, Fred A. High 
MACEDONIA - Mrs. Elease Cole, Mr. & Mrs. S. Guy Cabaniss 
MIDWAY - Michael McCullough, James D. Crocker, Wanda McCullough 

MODENA STREET - Mrs. Dot. McClure, Mrs. Roscoe Ballard, Dianne C. Boyd, Paul 
MODENA STREET - Mrs. Dot. McClure, Mrs. Roscoe Ballard, Dianne C. Boyd, Paul 

S. Simpson 
MOUNT BEULAH - Jerry Lethco. Mrs. T. V. Hill. Mr. & Mrs. Victor McSwain, Mr. 

& Mrs. Sam Stroupe 
MOUNT HOLLY, FIRST - Mr. & Mrs. Ken Denton, J. D. Williams, Mr. & Mrs. J. T. 

McElveen, Mrs. Marvin Clark, Mrs. Margaret Banks, Mrs. Walter Baker 
MOUNT HOLLY, SECOND - Norman Stringer, Laura Wilkie, J. Garland Early 
MOUNT ZION - Hall Blackburn. L. A. Gable, Alpha Huffman, Mrs. Sally Helms 
MOUNTAIN VIEW - C. A. Hull 
NEW HOPE - Mrs. W.W. Daves, Bob Summey 
NEW UFE - Mrs. M.G. Cloer, Mrs. Glenn Rhyne, Johnny Enloe 
NORTH MAIN - Mr. & Mrs. E.D. Wells 
NORTH SIDE - William Davis, Charlie Franklin, C.V. Carver 

OAK GROVE - Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Beam, Thomas C. Ayers. Mrs. Horace Hudson 
PARKWOOD - H.S. Redding, Sr.. Mrs. J. Luther Jarvis, Bill McGibney, Mrs. C.E. 

Moss, Ralph Crisp, Mrs. Jerry Strickland, M.O. Owens, Jr. 
PLAINVIEW - I.D. Phillips, Mrs. John W. Keener, Nancy McClure 
RANKIN LAKE - Wanda Neal 
RANID - J.G. England, Mrs. Beatrice Brown, Johnnie Morton, Mrs. Alda Dye, Mrs. 

Delia Brooks, Mr. & Mrs. Perry Huffstetler 
RIDGE - Mr. & Mrs. Westle S. Johnson 
RIDGEVIEW - Mr. & Mrs. William H. Pope 
RIVERSIDE " Georgia Meachum, Clarence V. Morris 

ROBIN WOOD - C.A. McSwain, Kanovia McSwain, Mr. & Mrs. Garlie R. Davis 
SALEM - Mrs. Ruth Peek, Mrs. Beth Elmore 
SANDY PLAINS - Mr. & Mrs. M.N. Simpson, Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Willis, Mrs. Grace 

Carroll, Miss Ethel Capps, Mrs. Alene Moten 
SHADY GROVE - Mr. & Mrs. J.P. Hord, Mrs. Jack Planton, Mrs. Tommy J. Haynes, 

Frank G. Hoyle. Frank C. Taylor 
SOUTH MARIETTA - Richard Hicks, M.C. So well u ' 

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SOUTH POINT - Mr. & Mrs. Gulmer Yelton. J.G. Bailey 
SPENCER MOUNTAIN - Clyde H. May 

STANLEY, FIRST - Bobby Lane Thomas. Mrs. Yates Craig, H.C. Mungo, Floyd Med- 

lin, Elmer McFall, Clyde Armstrong, Charles H. High 
STOWE MEMORIAL - Mr. & Mrs. John Lawing, Mr.&Mrs. George Willis, Mr. & Mrs, 

Murley Anderson ... 

SUNNYSIDE - Eugene Passmore 
SUNSET FOREST - J. Fred King 
TEMPLE - Mrs. Clyde Costner, Ethel Reinhardt, D. Parker Snyder, Wade Dellinger, 

Mr. & Mrs. Guy Walker 
TUCKASEEGE - R, Mack Pressley 
UNITY (B) - Mrs. Sam Greene, Mr. W.H. Ballard, Mrs, John Goins, Mrs. Claude Con- 

nell. Mrs. Belle Wall, Claude Connell 
UNITY (G) - Mr. & Mrs. Lester E. Hartman, Herman Motsinger, Mrs. Pauline Shulls, 

Mrs. Lela Braswell, Mrs. Fred Crenshaw, Alfred R, Wright 
VICTORY - Mrs. W. L. Deese, James E. Revis 

WEBBS CHAPEL - Johnnie Perry, Faye Heavner, Vi. Anthony, Ethel Crawford 
WEST FRANKLIN AVENUE - Mrs. Constance Edwards, Mr. & Mrs. James F. Graham, 

Mr. & Mrs. L. H. Herring 
WOODLAWN - Mrs. Jane Saunders, James A. McGaha 

There were 334 registered messengers with 77 churches represented and 10^ 
visitors. 

CONSTITUTION 

PREAMBLE 

We, the Missionary Baptist Churches of Jesus Christ, composing the Gaston Bap- ] 
tist Association, convinced of the necessity of an association of churches in order 
to promote fellowship, missions education, Christian service, the preaching of the 
gospel, and to cooperate with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and the 
Southern Baptist Convention in their work, do hereby agree and subscribe to the fol- 
lowing articles. 

' Article I. NAME 

The name of the body shall be the Gaston Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

Article II, MEMBERSHIP | 

The membership of the Association shall be composed of the pastors of aU 
member churches, and three messengers from each church for the first one hundred 
members or fraction thereof, and one additional messenger from each church for each 
additional one hundred members or major fraction thereof, provided that no church 
shall have more than ten messengers in addition to the pastor. Such messengers shal] 
be duly certified to in the annual letter sent by the church to the annual meeting of 
the Association. 

Article III. AUTHORITY 

This Association claims to be independent and sovereign in its own sphere, but 
shall never attempt to exercise any authority over the internal affairs of the churches. 

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Article IV. MEETINGS ; V ^ 

The Association shall meet annually on Thursday after the third Sunday in October 
and continue for two days or longer in the judgement of the Program Committee, sub- 
ject to the approval of the Association, The time of the annual meeting may be chang- 
ed, or special meetings may be called by the Executive Committee, provided two 
weeks notice is given to the member churches. 

"•"' ' Article V. OFFICERS 

The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice- Moderator, Clerk, 
Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Historian, Librarian and three trustees. They shall be 
elected by the Association in its annual meetings and shall serve until their succes- 
sors are elected. Vacancies occurring between annual meetings shall be filled by the 
Executive Committee, except the office of Moderator, in which the Vice- Moderator 
shall automatically become Moderator. 

Article VI. ORGANIZATIONS 

The Association shall encourage and promote such associational organizations 
as Sunday School, Training Union. Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood. Music 
and such other organizations which are in keeping with the purpose of this Association, 
with their full staffs and programs necessary for the promotion of the work. The 
officers of these organizations shall be elected by the Association in its annual 
meetings and shall serve until their successors are elected. Vacancies occurring 
between annual meetings shall be filled by the Promotional Committee. 

Article VII. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 



The Association shall have an Associational Board composed of the Off icers of 
the Association, the Associational Sunday School Director, the Associational 
j Training. Union Director, the Associational W.M.U. Director, the Associational 
!| Brotherhood Director, the Associational Music Director, the pastors of the member 
: churches, and two members from each member church to be elected by the church. 
I The two members from each church shall be dully certified in the annual church letter. 

Article VIIL COMMITTEES 

The Moderator shall appoint at the annual meeting of the Association a Committee 
on Committees, consisting of six members of whom not less than two shall be other 
than pasi;ors at all times. 

The Association shall have the following standing Committees, along with other 
committees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. 

1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the chairman of the Promo- 
i|tional Committee, the chairman of the Finance Committee, the chairman of Missions 
1 Committee, the chairman of Properties Committee, the chairman of Constitution 
I Committee and nine other members of whom not less than three shall be other than 
I pastors at all times. 

j 2. The Promotional Committee shall be composed of the Vice- Moderator who 
j shall serve as chairman, the chairman of the Executive Committee, and the organiza- 
tional leaders as provided in Article VI. 

3, The Finance Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not less 
than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

4. The Missions Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not less 

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than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

5. The Nominating Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not less 
than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

6. The Program Committee shallbe composed of three members of whom not less 
than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

7. The Resolution's Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

8. The Stewardship Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not! 

9. The Evangelism Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

10. The Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee shall be composed of 
three members of whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

11. The Properties Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

12. The Ordination Committee shall be composed of six pastors. 

13. The Constitution Committee shall be composed of three members. 

Article IX. NEW CHURCHES i 

I 

The Association may receive other churches into its fellowship upon receipt of | 
letters of dismissions from other like associations. It may also receive newly con- I 
stituted churches whose Articles of Faith harmonize with the generally accepted 
Articles of Faith among Southern Baptists. Any newly organized church applying for 
membership in the Association shall be received under the watchcare for a period of ; 
tiine sufficient to prove, through practice and attitutde, its place as a cooperating ; 
Baptist church. A church, upon organization, may apply for membership through thai 
Executive Committee of the Association. If, in the judgment of the Missions Com- 
mittee, such church has met the requirements stated above, the Missions Committee 
may recommend at the next annual meeting that such church be received into the 
full fellowship of the Association. During this period of watchcare such churches 
shall be entitled to all rights and privileges of the Association except that their 
members shall not hold office nor vote. 

Article X. DISCIPLINE 

Any church failing to report the annual letter to the Association, or failing to be 
represented at the annual meeting, or failing to contribute worthily to Associational 
and Denominational Missions, for two consecutive years, shall be notified by the 
Executive Committee that if their failure is not remedied by the next annual meeting, 
recommendation shall be made to remove said church from the membership in the 
Association. 

Article XI. CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES 

This Constitution may be amended at any annual meeting of the Association by 
a two- thirds majority of the messengers present on the second day, at a time provided 
by the Program Committee, provided the proposed amendment has been presented 
to the Executive Committee in writing at least thirty days prior to the annual meeting, | 
and provided the proposed amendment is read to the Association on the first day of I 
the annual meeting. 

Article XIL QUORUM 

Messengers from twenty- five percent of the churches enrolled as members of the 
Association shall constitute a quorum. 

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BY-LAWS 

By-Law I. Parliamentary Rules 

The Parliamentary authority of the Association shall be Roberts Rules of Order 
(latest revised edition). 

By-Law II. Associational Year 

The Associational year shall begin October 1 and close September 30. 
By-Law IIL Meetings 

The regular meetings of the Association shall be held at such places as may be 
decided by the Association in regular session. Special meetings or change of places 
that may become necessary shall be decided by the Executive Committee. Each 
session of the Association shall be opened and closed with prayer. 
By-Law IV. Duties of Officers 

1. The Moderator shall preside over the meetings of the Association according 
to the Constitution and By-Laws, and appoint a Committee on Committees. He shall 
be the chairman of the Associational Board and shall be an ex-officio member of all 
other committees. He shall be ineligible to succeed himself after the second succes- 
sive term. 

2. The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the pleasure of the 
Moderator, and shall be vice-chairman of the Associational Board and chairman of 
the Promotional Committee. 

3. The Clerk shall send annual report forms to the member churches at least 
thirty days prior to the annual Associational meeting, keep an accurate record of the 
proceedings of the Association, supervise the printing and the distributing of the 
minutes to the member churches, subject to the approval of the Executive Committee, 
keep on file copies of the minutes, records and other documents of the Association, 
and serve as Secretary of the Associationaal Board. For these services the clerk may 
receive an honorarium annually to be decided by the Association. 

4. The Treasurer shall receive and bank all funds of the Association in the name 
of the Association, disburse the same upon instructions from the Association, its 
Associational Board or as designated in the budget; render an accurate report of 
receipts and disbursements at the annual meeting, give a report at each quarterly 
Associational Board meeting; and keep books available and up to date for examination. 
For mutual protection the Treasurer shall be bonded in such an amount as the Executive 
Committee shall direct. For these services the Treasurer may receive an honorarium 
annually to be decided by the Association. 

5. The Parliamentarian shall advise and assist the Moderator and the Association 
with respect to all matters involving proper parliamentary procedure. 

6. The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on the Association 
and its churches, and shall present a written report at each annual meeting of the 
Association. 

7. The Librarian shall direct and supervise the Library Program of the Association 
and have charge of the Associational Library, and shall present a written report at each 
annual meeting of the Association. 

8. The three Trustees shall hold and preserve properly the titles to all property, 
or properties, of the Association, whether real or otherwise, and shall execute such 
transfers of title, or signatures, as may be authorized by the Association or Associa- 
tional Board. 

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By-Law V, Duties of Organizational Leaders 

1. The Associational Sunday School Superintend ant shall promote and supervise 
the Sunday School Program of the Association, and shall be responsible for the 
direction of the Vacation Bible School work of the Association in cooperation with 
the Promotional Director. 

2. The Associational Training Union Director shall promote and supervise the 
Training Union Program of the Association in cooperation with the Promotional 
Director. 

3. The Associational Woman's Missionary Union President shall promote and 
supervise the Woman's Missionary Union Program of the Association in cooperation 
with the Promotional Director and in keeping with the Constitution and By-Laws of 
Woman's Missionary Union of Gaston Baptist Association. 

4. The Associational Brotherhood President shall promote and supervise the 
Brotherhood Program of the Association in cooperation with the Promotional Director. 

5. The Associational Music Director shall promote and supervise the Music 
Program of the Association in cooperation with the Promotional Director. 

By-Law VI. The Associational Board 

The Associational Board shall hold four quarterly meetings and others as necessary, 
and present a written report to the Association at its annual meeting. It shall be the 
duty of the Associational Board to act for the Association in th 
annual meetings. It shall carry out the policies and will of the Association. 

"One or more members of the Board from each of thirty percent of the churches 
enrolled as members of the Association shall constitute a quorum." 

By-Law VII. Duties of Committees ' ' 

1. The Committee on Committees shall nominate the members of the several 
standing committees (except the Promotional Committee) and present them for 
election by the Association, fill any vacancies that may occur between annual 
meetings; and appoint special committees that may be authorized by the Association 
or its Associational Board. 

2. The Executive Committee shall administer all matters committed to it by the 
Association or its Associational Board and decide on routine and emergency matters 
between sessions of the Associational Board. It shall initiate and recommend matters 
concerning business management and approve the employment of all personnel except 
the Promotional Director, and Director of Christian Social Ministries. It shall accept 
applications for membership in the Association from newly constituted churches and 
may receive said churches under watchcare until the next annual meeting. It shall 
provide annually for an audit of the Treasurer's records and report the condition of 
the financial records to the Association. It shall give full guidance and direction to 
the Promotional Director and Director of Christian Social Ministries in formulating 
plans and promoting the work of the Association in general. It shall meet monthly 
but a quorum of seven shall be necessary to transact business. 

3. The Promotional Committee shall coordinate the activities of the Associational 
organizations and plan and promote an Associational calendar of activities. It shall 
meet at least once per quarter. 

4. The Finance Committee shall plan and present to the Association an annual 
budget. It shall have the general oversight and administration of the financial affairs 
of the Association. 

5. The Missions Committee shall survey communities which appear to be in 

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need of new Baptist work and ministry; seek to enlist churches to sponsor new work 
in such communities; giveguidance and counsel in procuring temporary and permanent 
sites for locating such work in accord with Associational policy; and make recom- 
mendations to the Association or its Associational Board as to the missionary needs 
which might be best met through cooperative efforts. It shall advise with any group 
considering a new church and assist in organizing new churches. It shall make 
recommendations to the Association concerning all churches under watchcare. 

6. The Nominating Committee shall nominate at the annual meeting of the 
Association the officers of the Association and organizational officers according to 
Articles V and VI of the Constitution and Associational representatives for the 
various institutions and agencies of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

7. The Program Committee shall prepare a printed program for the annual meet- 
ing of the Association which shall be sent to all persons on the program and to all 
pastors at least thirty days before the annual meeting. It shall direct the enrollment 
of the messengers at the annual meeting. It shall recommend the place or places 
for the next annual meeting and the preacher and alternate for the annual sermon. 

8. The Resolutions Committee shall present to the Association any resolutions 
it may deem wise. All resolutions presented to the Association shall be referred to 
the Resolutions Committee, except that by a two-thirds vote of the messengers 
present on the first day of the Associational meeting, the rules may be suspended 
and a resolution may be taken up for immediate consideration. 

9. The Stewardship Committee shall promote the total program of Stewardship 
within the churches of the Association. It shall assist the Finance Committee in the 
promotion of the Associational budget. 

10. The Evangelism Committee shall promote the total program of Evangelism 
within the churches of the Association. 

11. The Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee shall recommend ways in 
which the Association can work for the promotion of civic righteousness and social 
uplift. 

12. The Properties Committee shall have general oversight over all property owned 
or leased by the Association. 

13. The Ordination Committee shall, upon request by a member church, assist 
with the examination and ordination of a candidate for the gospel ministry. 

14. Members of all committees, except the Promotional Committee, shall be 
elected to serve on a rotating basis of not more than three years. 

By-Law VIIL Employment Procedures 

The Association shall employ a Promotional Director and a Director of Christian 
Social Ministries who shall be recommended by the Executive Committee and elected 
by the Association or its Associational Board. The Promotional Director shall work 
under the guidance of the Exeutive Committee and serve as an ex officio member of 
all committees. The Director of Christian Social Ministries shall work under the 
guidance of the Promotional Director and serve as an ex-officio member of the Execu- 
tive Committee and Missions Committee. All other employed personnel, as may be 
provided in the Associational budget, shall be employed by the Executive Committee. 

By-Law IX. Amendments , - 

Amendments to the By-Laws made at any annual meeting by a majority of the 
messengers present. 



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PROCEEDINGS 

' DIGEST OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE 

GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
THURSDAY OCTOBER 21, 1971 

1. The fifty- third Annual Session of The Gaston Baptist Association was held 
at the East Baptist Church, Gastonia, North Carolina and the First Baptist Church. 
Cramerton, North Carolina. 

2. The Session was called to order by the Moderator, Mr. Love Dixon at 2:00 
P.M. 

3. Mr. Kenneth Denton, minister of music and education at First, Baptist, Mount 
Holly, had charge of all the worship periods using different leaders. Mr. Parker 
Snyder led the opening hymn, "I Love To Tell The Story", followed with the reading 
of God's word, Psalm 145:1-13, by Mrs. Otho Wallace, and prayer by Mr. Tom Hogan. 
Special music was rendered by the pastor's chorus. 

4. The Clerk, Mr. Claude Connell, made a motion that the messengers now 
registered and those who will register constitute the Fifty- Third Annual Session of 
the Gaston Baptist Association. It was seconded and carried. 

5. Mr. Glain Pennell, program chairman, announced one change in the printed 
program; that "Upsurge" be changed to 2:20 and that the "Committee Reports" 
come at 2:50. He then made a motion that the printed program with the one announced 
change and any other changes that may seem necessary constitute the 53rd Annual 
Session of the Gaston Baptist Association. It was seconded and carried. 

6. "Upsurge" program 

(1) Mr. M. O. Owens, Jr. , gave a report on percapita giving in the association. 
He said that the pastor ought to be the leader in promotion and stewardship giving. 
He related also of how he carries out a stewardship program in his church. 

(2) Mr. Yates Campbell gave a report on the General Board Budget of our 
State Convention since he is the General Board representative from our Association. 
He then urged the churches to support Associational Missions. He stated that all 
churches ought to give 2^o to the mission cause in our association. 

(3) Mr. Flay Payne spoke on Evangelism. He explained his leadership in 
Evangelism in his church which came as a result of attending a Lay- Evangelistic 
school sponsored by the Billy Graham Association. 

7. At this point we received a word of welcome from the host pastor, Mr. Tom 
Hogan. 

8. Committee Reports 

(1) Mr. Fred King, Chairman of the Missions Committee, read his report. 
He moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

MISSIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 
By: J. Fred King 

The Missions Committee has met many times this year and has held several 
called meetings to transact business of immediate importance. 

We have continued to work with Holland Memorial Church under the leadership 
of their pastor Bobby G. Bodenhamer. They are enjoying an increase in membership 
and strength in their church organizations. 

In cooperation with the Committee on Evangelism, eight schools of witnessing 
were conducted. Eight revivals were held in the different areas of the association. 
This we believe was successful in strengthing the cause of Christ. 

We had a request from a new group to survey an area to determine whether there 

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was a need for a church. Census were taken and it was evident that a church was 
needed. We worked with the people inorganiziinga mission. Organized as Providence 
Baptist Church it will be under the watchcare of the Executive Committee and will be 
guided by the Missions Committee for one year. 

Respectfully submitted, J. Fred King, Chairman 

(2) Nominating Committee: 

Mr . Fred Crisp presented the nominating committees rep'ort. He moved its 
adoption. It was seconded. He then called for further nominations. A motion was made 
that we vote by acclamation. It was seconded and carried. A vote was then called on 
the original motion. It also carried. 

(3) Committee on Committees 

Mr. Tom Hogan, Chairman, moved the adoption of the report of committee on 
Committees. It was seconded and carried. 

(4) Calendar Committee: 

Mr. Elvin Jones presented a Tentative Calendar of Activities for 1972. He 
moved it's adoption along with any necessary changes that may seem wise by the 
calendar committee. It was seconded and carried. 
9. Organizational Reports: 

(1) Sunday School 

Mr. Marvin Willis, Director, moved the adoption of the report as printed in 
the Book of Reports. It was seconded and carried. He spoke to the report concerning 
the "New Life Emphasis" this year. He stated that thirteen would be selected from the 
Association to attend a training conference and then return to the Association to train 
others. 

(2) Church Training 

Mr. Henry McCall, Director, placed special emphesis on the "M" Night to 
be held at the Unity Baptist, Gastonia, December 6, at 7:00 P.M. 

(3) WMU 

Mrs. Jerry Strickland, Director, stated that- her report would be found in the 
Book of Reports. She introduced the new leaders in the WMU for the coming year. 
She then moved the adoption of her report. It was seconded and carried. 

(4) Brotherhood 

The moderator called for the adoption of the report as printed in the Book 
of Reports, p. 14. A motion was made and seconded that the report be adopted. It was 
carried. 

10. Mr. Holye AUred, Superintendent of Missions, recognized all the new workers 
of the Association, Pastors, Educational Directors, Christian Social Ministry Workers 
and Office Secretary. 

11. A break came in the session at 3:30, reconvening at 4:00 P.M. 

12. Mr. Parker Snyder led in the singing of the hyinn, "He Leadeth Me". 

13. Miscellaneous Business 

(1) Mr. Eugene Johns, pastor of First Baptist, Cramerton, host church for the 
second day's meeting brought a few words of explanation about the meeting. 

(2) Mr. Fred Crisp -made an announcement concerningthe courses to be offered 
in the Seminary Extension Classes. 

(3) At this point it was announced that there were 231 registered messengers 
and 45 visitors. 

(4) Mr. A. A. Bailey brought to the body the first reading of Constitutional 
changes that would be recommended on the second day of the meeting. 

(5) Mr. Richard Hicks presented a recommend at ion concerning a landsight for 
an associational camp. He moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

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RECOMMENDATION FROM THE EXECUTIVE 
, COMMITTEE 

Re: Campsite .f .^ ., ,. . < ■■ .- 

Some time ago, Brother J. C. Smith, member of the Parkwood Church, met with 
the Executive Committee of the Association for the purpose of suggesting that one 
of the needs of our Association is suitable property which could be purchased, dev- 
eloped and used by member churches as a place of summer encampments and year- 
round spiritual retreats. 

Having heard and given consideration to this matter, the Executive Committee 
wishes to offer the following recommendation: 

(1) That the Association establish a committee for the purposes of looking more 
thoroughly into this matter, investigating land sites that may be available, the a- 
daptability of such land for the suggested purposes, and the cost of such land; and 

(2) That the committee make a careful study of the feasibility of the Gaston Bap- 
tist Association entering into such a program; and 

(3) That the proposed committee consist of the following: 

Love Dixon 
- . :. Frank Taylor 

' : ' ', J. C. Smith 

Richard Hicks 
NOTE: It should be understood that no action pertaining to this matter would be taken 
until the committee's work has been throughly done and the reports of their find- 
ings reported to the Association. 

:^^ ' :'^ : Richard E. Hicks, 

■ /. For the Executive Committee 

14. Mr. A. A. Bailey called our special attention to the importance of paying 
special tribute to those who had died in the Lord. He asked that his report be received 
by common concent. He then had the body to stand in reverence to the beloved ones 
who had gone on before. Mr. Bailey led in prayer. 

. , IN MEMORIAM :. ,^r^ 

These words and these moments are dedicated to the glory of God and to the 
memory of our departed ones over the past year. 

We are grateful for all that God did for them and through them, and now have the 
assurance that they rest from their labors and their works do follow after them. We 
have the benefit of their being witnesses for us. 

Our Christian memory of these should lead us to pray for God to crown their ef- 
forts with success and sent us out to minister to and minister with those that these 
departed ones left behind. 

We should learn in our experiences with these to see the wisdom of establishing 
lasting memorials as superlative to fading flowers. 

These moments should be spent to reaffirm our faith in Him who is a priest for- 
ever after the order of Melchizadek and one who must reign until he hath put all eni- 
mies under his feet. He is the One who has the Key of Hades and death and is alive 
forevermore. 

These moments may challenge some of us to be better students of our church 

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I history, and to compile such historical data and publish such history as would be a 
tribute to the departed and to their God. 

The names of those who during this past year preceded us in death, will be listed 
in the minutes following this report. 



Respectfully submitted, 
A. A. Bailey 



ALEXIS 


Mrs. Ferric Holland 




Mrs. Kimmy Lee Proctor 


Mr. Harley Whitworth 




Mrs. Ola Rhyne 


Mr. Arnold Pruitt 




Mr. Roy Devine 


Mrs. Mae Brymer 




Mrs. Maggie Black 


Mrs. Cecil Paysour 




Mr. Dorus P. Bynum 








BETHLEHEM 




ANTHONY GROVE 


Oliver Bingham 




Mr. Lee Roy Hallman 


BINGHAM . 




BEECH AVENUE 


Mr. A.T. Holder 




Mr. Ted Porter 






Mrs. Hammonds : ; 


,. BROWNTOWN 

Rev. James A. Rhyne 




BELMONT, EAST ', 






Mrs. John L. Helms 


CALVARY 




Mr. E.E. Stone 


Mr. Hoyt Pilkington 




Mr. Banes Brown, Deacon 


Mrs. Nellie Galloway 




BELMONT, FIRST 


CATAWBA HEIGHTS 




Mrs. Arthur Brannon 


Mrs. Daisy S. Abrams 




Mrs. Carrie Bradley 


Mrs. Opal Beaty 




Mrs. S.C. Reddick 


Mrs. Ivey S. Michael 




Mr. Rufus Rumfelt 






Mr. CO. Barr 


CENTERVIEW 




Mr. Esmer Burns, Deacon 


Mrs. T.L. Hand 




Mr. Wm. F. Abee, Sr. 


Mrs. W.O. Cherry 




Mr. Edward L. Rhyne, Deacon 


Mr. Charlie B. Guin, Deacon 




Mr. Sinclair Smith 


Miss Bessie Summit 
Mrs. Forney Bradshaw 




BESSEMER CITY, FIRST 


Mr. C.L. Etters 




Mr. Dewey Conner 


Mr. Louis McCarn 




Mr. Fred Sisk 


Mr. George Smith 




Mr. George Black 


Mr. E. Y. Beaty, Deacon 




Mrs. Mae Rollins 


Mr. B.H. Waters, Deacon 





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CHAPEL GROVE . 

Mrs. Ella Louise Messer •. . 

CHERRYVILLE, FIRST 
Mrs. Guss Beynolds 
Mrs. Steve Stroup 
Mrs. Ed Timmons 
Mr. J. D. Bridges 
Mr. Cliff Stroup, Deacon 

CHESTNUT RIDGE 

Mr. Woodrow Dellinger 

CRAMERTON, FIRST 
Mr. R. L. Leeper 
Mr. Earl Couch vj 

Mrs. Dora Bland 
Mr. Chester Ensley 

CRAMERTON, WEST 

Mrs. Raymond Turner, Deacon 

DALLAS 

Mr. W. B. Brookshire 
Mrs. Helen Willis 

FAIRVIEW . :■ . 

Mrs. Ila Cagle - / , 

Mrs. Mae Jolly 
Mr. Ralph Williams 
Mr. G.W. Barnes ; j, 

FAITH (B) 

Mrs. Angie Hardin : " 

FLINT GROVES 

Mr. Lucian Kenneth Phillips 
Mr. Jack O 'Brain Fish, Deacon 
Mr. Benjamin Sidney Conner 
Mr. George Heath McGill 
Mr. Fred Bruner Williams 
Mr. Raymond Julius McAlister 
Mrs. Nancy Woodruff William 
Mrs. Bessie Ledford Penley 
Mr. Walter O. Pope 
Mr. Barry Liverett 

GASTON 

Mrs. Carrie Hastings 



GASTONIA, EAST 

Mrs. Morris Britta in Clemmer 
Mr. Herschel J. Davis 
' Mr. Joseph Elwood Hanes, Deacon 

Mrs. Joseph Martin Kincaid 
. Miss Mary Sue Long 
Mr. Clarence Edward Putman 
Mr. Julius B. Reeves, Sr. 
Mrs. W. B. Russell 
Mr. Howard Judson Spargo, Sr. 
Mr. John Vernon Spence, Sr. 

GASTONIA, FIRST 

Mrs. Frank Saunders 
, Mr. W. M. Severance 
Mr. R. A. Baber 
Mrs. Nell Hanks 
Mr. H.K. McSwain 
Mrs. Frank Mauney 
Mr. D.G. Burns 
Mrs. George Belk 
Mr. W.C. Hicks 
Mrs. A.V. Wallace 
Mr. Oscar Vaughn 
Dr. H.S. Powell 
Mr. Charles R. Pearce 

HARDIN 

Mrs. Ruby Rum felt 
Mr. Dewey Stines 

HICKORY GROVE 
Mr. L.S. Rhyne 

HIGH SHOALS 

Mr. Luther Buchanan 
Mrs. Eunice Baker 
Mrs. Lola Chapman 
Mr. W.E. Daniel 
Mr. Donald Gragg 
Mrs. Bessie Jamison 
Mr. Howard Nanney 
Miss Katherine Wilson 
Mr. A.R. White 

HOLLAND MEMORIAL 
Mrs. Ray Cleo Price 



. 



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LAKE VIEW 


MOUNT HOLLY, SECOND 


Mr. Eddie Ledbetter 


Mrs. Lela West 


Mr. Gordon Dominy 


Mr. Leo Gantt 




MOUNT ZION 


LONG CREEK MEMORIAL 


Mrs. Albert Hicks 


Mrs. Dovie McGee 
Mr. John David Pasour 


Mfs. Junius Helms 

Mr. Kenneth Beamguard 


T ORAY 


Miss Fannie Dellinger 


Mrs. P.C. Eddleman 


Mrs. Wesley Dellinger 


Mrs. W. W. Padgett 


Mrs. N.L. Anthony 
Mr. Tom Dellinger 
Mrs. John P. Beam, Sr. 


Mr. Samuel Hewitt 


Mrs. N.L. Harris 


Mr. John Heavner 


Mr. Clyde Register 




Mrs. Ben C. Creasman 


NEW HOPE 


Mr. Charles A. Brackett 
Mr. Robert A. Burr 


Mr. Loyd Cash 


LOVE MEMORIAL 


NEW LIFE 


Mrs. Lillian Atkins 


Mr. John Cannon 


Mrs. Minnie Summersett 


Mrs. W.S. Meeks 


Mr. Claude Summersett 


Mr. W.S. Meeks 




Mr. Andy Boggs 


LOWELL. FIRST 




Mr. Carl Brady 


NORTH MAIN 


Mrs. E.N. Wallace 


Mrs. Audrey McGuire 


Mrs. Homer Price 


NORTHSIDE 


McADENVILLE 


Perry Ghantt, Deacon 


Mrs. E.C. Adcock 


Mrs. Frank Gromer 


Mr. Lee Deaton 




Mr. Rufus Guy 


OAKLAND 


Mr. R.K. Nivens 


Mr. John Ervin 


Mr. Ace Parker 




Mrs. Myrtle Poole 


PARKWOOD 


MACEDONIA 


Mrs. Lonnie Bryson 


Mrs. Rena Whitesides 


Mrs. Wade Saunders 


Mrs. Vertie Smith 






PLAINVIEW 


MIDWAY 


Mr. W.B. Gholson 


Mrs. Fred Leonhardt i . 


Mr. J.R. Evans, Deacon 


MODENA STREET 


RANLO 


Mrs. Annie Mae Featherston 


Mrs. E. B. Watson 




Mr. W.D. Cole 


MOUNT HOLLY, FIRST 




Mr. John B. Rogers, Deacon 


RANKIN LAKE 


Mr. Leroy Prevatte 


Mr. L.M. Bell 



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RIDGE 

Mrs. Myrtle Robinson 
Mrs. Lela Raughton 
Mr. C. F. Hoffman . 
Mrs. Mae Robinson 
Mrs. Kate Terry 

RIDGEVIEW 

Mr. H.A. Picklesimer 



ROBIN WOOD 


Mr. 


Joseph Williams 


SALEM 




Mr. 


Seaton Wells 


SANDY PLAINS 


Mr. 


Bill Barnes 


Mr. 


B.P. Roberts 


Mrs. 


Fred Gutman 


Mr. 


Tom Beaty 


Mr. 


Alonzo Hoffman 


Mr. 


Dock Self 


Mr. 


Ronnie Mathis 


Mr. 


Bryson R. Reese 


Mrs 


Nancy Cole 


Mrs 


Earl Sanford 


Mrs 


Annie Capps 



SHADY GROVE 
Mr. Carl Owens 
Mr. E.C. Farmsworth 
Mr. Lawrence Jenkins 
Mrs. Furman Neill 
Mr. Henry McAbee . \ 

SOUTH MARIETTA STREET 
Mrs. Maggie B. Comer 
Mrs. Anna Lazenby 
Mrs. Victoria Wallace 

SPENCER MOUNTAIN 
Mr. Fred Halkom 

STANLEY, FIRST 

Mr. A.J. Bumgardne' 
Miss Joyce Smith 

STOWE MEMORIAL _' 

Mr. Grady Mclntyre 
Mrs. Cora Moss 



SUNNYSIDE 

Mr. Charles Webb Cline 

SUNSET FOREST 

Mr. Joe Miller 

Mrs. Paul Chapman 
TEMPLE 

Mr. Jack Dempsey 

Mrs. Anna Truett 

Mr. C.A. Caldwell, Deacon 

Mrs. J. A. Dodgen 

Mr. Marcus Faulkner 

Mr. Felmet Willis 

TUCKASEEGE 

Mr. M.E. Ballard 
Mrs. Sally Ballard 

UNITY (B) 

Mr. J.B. Sykes 
Mrs. Flora Hardin 

UNITY (G) 

Mr. E.D. Tunstall 
Mrs. Clifford Young 
Mr. Neil Young 
Mr. L.R. Bess 
Mr. Tom Fowler 
Mr. J.T. McSwain 
Mrs. W. A. Hoffman 

VICTORY 

Mr. Albert Davis 
Mrs. Mary Session 
Mr. L. W. Monk 
Mrs. Mattie Vaughn 
Mr. A.R. Wall 
Mr. Walter Smith 

WEBB'S CHAPEL 

Mrs. Bertha Huffstetler 
Mr. Grover C. Reep 

WEST FRANKLIN 

Mrs. Nancy Buff 

Mr. W. B. Echerd, Deacon 

Mr. James C. Welch 
WOO DL AWN 

Mrs. Carrie St. Clair 

Miss Gale Baker 

Mr. Leroy Barr 

Mr. Wallace McGraw 



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15. Institutional Reports 

(1) The Hospital report was given by Mr. John Campbell as printed in the 
Book of Reports. He moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

(2) Baptist Homes - Mr. Jerry Lethco 

He moved the adoption of the report as printed in the Book of Reports. It 
was seconded and carried. 

(3) Children's Homes - William Brown 

Mr. Brown moved the adoption of his report as printed in the Book of Reports. 
It was seconded and carried. 

(4) Christian Education - Mr. Charles Summey 

Mr. Summey read his report to the body, after which he moved its adoption. 
It was seconded and carried. 

16. Mr. Andrew Champion led in the singing of the hymn "To God Be The Glory". 

17. Mr. J. D. Williams read the scripture lesson from Ephesians 2:1-9 and led 
in prayer. 

18. Mr. Andrew Champion sand a solo, "Amazing Grace". 

19. Mr. Kenneth Ridings preached a very inspirational doctrinal sermon on "God's 
Grace In Salvation". Mr. Ridings is Teacher of Homiletics, Fruitland Baptist Bible 
Institute and pastor of Morgan Memorial Baptist church, Greenville, S.C. 

20. The afternoon session was closed with the singing of hymns "It Is Well With 
My Soul" and "Jesus, I My Cross Have Taken", followed with prayer by Mr. John 
White, former Superintendent of Missions of the Gaston Association. 

21. The Evening session was called to order by the vice- moderator, Mr. Elvin 
Jones, at 7:00 P.M. 

22. Our moderator, Mr. Love Dixon brought an oral report on Associational Mission 
Program. He stated what a joy it was to be a part of the great work in our Association. 

23. Mr. Worth Braswell, chairman of the Executive Committee read his report and 
moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE REPORT 

By: Worth Braswell 

During the year your committee has met each month to transact business. 

1. Your committee interviewed during the year several prospects for the posi- 
tion of Director of Christian Social Ministries. A director was not secured, and the 
present set-up of our Christian Social Ministries is: 

Mrs. Jerry Strickland, responsible for Gaston Baptist Center. 

Mrs. Jerry Lethco, responsible for Case Work. 

Mrs. Larry Keaton, responsible for Mission Action Training and Case Work. 
Each of these workers work half time. The salaries of Mrs. Strickland and Mrs. Lethco 
are paid by the Association. The salary of Mrs. Keaton is paid by the State and Home 
Mission Board. 

2. The Committee approved the request of Miss Mary Cosby, student at Gardner 
Webb College, to receive financial aid from the college as a Christian Education 
major. 

3. Plans were made and finances arranged to pro vide buses for youth of our asso- 
ciation to attend the Youth Session of the State Evangelistic Conference in Greens- 
boro in February. 10 busloads of youth attended. 

4. A copying machine was purchased at a cost of $224.00 for use in the associa- 
tional office. 

5. A 32 foot trailer was moved to the back of the association office lot to be used 
for storage of materials given for use in the Christian Social Ministries. The van was 
given by Mr. Forrest Roberts, Sr. A pressing need for this area is more adequate space. 

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6. The use of our bus was discussed and the decision reached: 

The bus is to be used by Mr. Allred and our 3 CSM workers. Each worker will pay the 
association 10(^ per mile for his use of the bus, the money to come from his/her travel 
allowance. Maintenance of the bus will be the responsibility of the association. 

7. When HMB and state set salary of CSM worker, Mrs. Keaton, at $2.25 an hour 
we recommended to the Finance Committee that the salaries of other CSM workers 
and office secretary be raised to the same level and that same be retroactive to June 
1. This was done by the Finance Committee. 

8. The Committee contacted Mountain View Church concerning their desire to 
remain in the association. They have indicated their desire to remain in the asso- 
ciation and their intention of sending messengers to the annual meeting. 

9. A standing rotation committee on Constitution will be added to our committees. 
The chairman will be represented on the Executive Committee. This committee is 
composed of: 

Rev. A. A. Bailey, Chm. 
Rev. M. O. Owens 
Rev. Douglas Aldrich 

10. The committee instructed the Superintendent of Missions to forward $500.00 
to Cherryville for use in establishing a Mission Center in this area. This money came 
from funds budgeted for new work in CSM. Rev. Frank Taylor is Chairman of the 
Cherryville Committee. 

11. The following committee was named to investigate the poss ibility and ad- 
visability of establishing an association camp: 

Rev. Richard Hicks, Chm. — 

Rev. Love Dixon 

Rev. Frank Taylor ' ^ 

Rev. J. C. Smith 

A recommendation will be presented to the association concerning this matter. 

12. Asked the Superintendent of Missions to work closely with a group from New 
Hope, the church at New Hope, and the Missions committee. On September 26 the 
Providence Church was organized. The church has applied for watchcare status through 
the Executive Committee. They have been received and will be under the watchcare 
during the coming year. 

13. Additional office secretarial help was authorized in the amount of one day 

weekly. 

14. We observed that although funds came in slowly during summer months that 
the end of the year report shows that we have operated in the black with some amount 
left in the sinking fund. The Superintendent of Missions was authorized to call in a 
bond ahead of time whenever funds are available. 

15. The Association has joined the CAVE plan for Audio- Visual Aids. At least 
15 churches used the VBS filmstrip. Others are available for use in the churches. 

16. A Seminary Extension Department was set up during the year with classes being 
held in the associational office building. 

17. Our associational clerk was commended for his work and recognized by SBC 
for excellence in preparing the minutes for printing. 



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18. Associational financial records have been audited. A copy of this statement 
will be given by the treasurer. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Worth Braswell, Chairman 
Executive Committee 

24. The Treasurer's Report was presented by Mr. Forrest Roberts in the absence of 
Mr. E. W. Brockman Associational Treasurer. He read the Auditor's report and moved 
the adoption of both. It was seconded and carried. 

AUDITOR'S REPORT 
October 18. 1971 

The Executive Committee 
Gaston Baptist Association 
Gastonia, North Carolina 

Dear Sirs: 

We have examined the statements of cash receipts and disbursements of the 
General Fund and the Sinking Fund of the Gaston Baptist Association for the church 
year ended September 30, 1971. Our examination was made in accordance with gen- 
erally accepted auditing standards and accordingly included such test of the accounting 
records and such other auditing procedures as we considered necessary in the cir- 
cumstances. 

In our opinion, the accompanying statements present fairly the cash receipts and 
disbursements of the General Fund and the Sinking Fund of the Gaston Baptist Asso- 
ciation for the church year ended September 30, 1971 in accordance with generally 
accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the pre- 
ceding year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
Butler & Stowe, C PA'S 

TREASURER'S REPORT 

SEPTEMBER - 1971 -: ^ 

E.W. Brockman, Treasurer 



JDGET ITEM 


PAID SEPTEMBER P 


AID TO DATE 


BUDGET 


I. Mission Program - Bapt. 


Gen. 






1 . Rent 


-0- 


784.63 


- 4.63 


2. Educational Ser. 








(1) V.B.S. 


-0- 


188.13 


- 88.13 


(2) Literature 


-0- 


184.82 


65.18 


(3) Socials 


72,. 53 


331.15 


- 31.15 



(4) Relief -0- 1,196.12 .~ 3.88 

3. Equipt. & Maint. -0- 275.00 -0- 

4. New Center Expansion 608.63 757.06 242.94 



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5. Literacy Council 


100.00 


100.00 


100.00 


6. Bus Operation- Ma int. & Ins. -0- 


750.46 


-350.46 


7. Volunteer Train. Program 


-0- 


31.37 


93.63 


Total Mission Program 


701.16 


4,598.74 


31.26 


4,630.00 








II. Salaries 








8. Supt. of Missions 


623.16 


7,477.92 


.08 


9. Secretary 


498.38 


4,766.53 


-106.53 


10. CSM Director 


357.95 


2,513.16 


3,486.84 


11. Janitor 


154.98 


1,764.01 


3.99 


12. Clerk 


-0- 


275.00 


-0- 




1,634.47 


16,796.62 


3,384.38 


Total Salaries 20,181.00 








III. Other Personnel Expense 








14. Supt. of Missions 








(1) Convention 


-0- 


450.00 


-0- 


(2) Housing in Pay. 








(3) Travel 


116.66 


1,399.92 


.08 


(4) Health & Life Ins. 


63.65 


695.70 


48.90 


(5) Retirement 


33.34 


400.00 


-0- 


15. C. S. M. Director 








(1) Convention 


154.50 


281.00 


119.00 


(2) Housing 


238.63 


1,471.87 


28.13 


(3) Travel 


50.00 


331.78 


868.22 


(4) Health & Life Ins. 


-0- 


-0- 


610.84 


(5) Retirement 


-0- 


-0- 


400.08 


16. Social Security 


254.98 
~ 911. 76 


996.79 


-301.59 




6,027.14 


1.773.76 


Total Other Personnel Expense 7, 800 


.90 






IV. Organizational & Educational 


Ministry 


" 




17. W. M. U. and Aux. 


-0- 


300.00 


-0- 


18. Brotherhood and RA 


-0- 


220.64 


29.36 


19. Sunday School 


-0- i 


250.00 


-0- 


20. Church Training 


;. 8.22 


158.36 


91.64 


21. Music 


-0- 


427.78 


-177.78 


22. Assoc. Minutes 


. -0- 


775.56 


24.44 


23. Annual Meeting 


-0- 


202.86 


-52.86 


24. Stewardship Prom. : 


-0- 


45.00 


105.00 


25. Evangelism 


2.00 


233.57 


-83.57 


,: • 


10.22 


2.613.77 


-63.77 


Total O & E Ministry 2,550.00 








V. Service Ministry 








26. Printing and Office Supplies 






(1) Bulletin & Cal. 


184.49 


1.683.54 


-273.54 


(2) Other Print 


-0- 


445.81 


-245.81 


(3) Office Supp. 


55.75 


775.52 


-325.52 


27. Postage & Bus. Exp. 


100.00 


773.58 


-233.58 


28. New Equip. & Maint. 


-0- 


838.99 


-238.99 



Total Service 3.200.00 340.24 4,517.44 -1.317.44 



VI. Buildings & Equipment 
29. Utilities 

(1) Telephone 151.44 1,362.25 -354.25 

(2) Gas 9.78 289.71 70.29 

(3) Lights & Water 121.68 1,030.66 -430.66 

(4) Oil 10.51 604.88 145.12 

(5) -0- 260.45 175.55 

31. Maint. of Bldgs. 224.85 817.96 -317.96 

32. Jan. & Kitchen supplies 3.00 169.13 70.87 





521.26 


4,535.04 


-641.04 


Total Bldgs. & Equipment 3,894.00 








VII. Debt Retirement 








33. House Payment 


115.00 


1,380.00 


-0- 


34. Bond Prog. - Sinking F. 


i, 415. 37 


9,873.53 


726.47 


35. Land Purchase 


-0- 


-0- 


1,000.00 



2,530.37 



11.253.53 



1,726.47 



Total Debt Retirement 12. 980. 00 
VIII. Contingency Fund 
36. Miscellaneous 



1,025.00 




-0- 1,173.25 


-148.25 


37. Designated 








10.118.82 


1,155.01 9,862.16 
1,155.01 11,035.41 


256.66 


Total Con. 11,143.82 


108.41 


BUDGET TOTAL 66, 379. 72 7,884.49 61,317.69 


5.002.03 


SEPTEMBER RECEIPTS 




SEPTEMBER RECONCILIATION 


On hand Sept. 1 1, 


884.65 


Total Receipts 


9,046.50 


Sinking Fund 2, 


415.37 


Disbursements 


7,884.49 


Budget 4, 


276.69 


Cash Balance 


1.162.01 


Designated 


469. 79 






TOTAL 9, 


046.50' 








RECEIPTS TO DATE 






BUDGET 


SINKING FUND 


DESIGNATED 


On Hand, October 1, 1970 


3.443.37 


-0- 


212.17 


Received October 1970 


2.633.92 


236.41 


87.52 


Received November 1970 


2.508.76 


482.41 


813.00 


Received December 1970 


3.506.82 


657.41 


607.53 


Received January 1971 


2,773.86 


902.58 


1,108.50 


Received February 1971 


2,958.11 


262.41 


814.84 


Received March 1971 


4.432.97 


1,106.57 


1,777.72 


Received April 1971 


2,515.46 


289.08 


1,567.99 


Received May 1971 


4,147.58 


639.74 


307.46 


Received June 1971 


2.794.19 


509.08 


399.69 


Received July 1971 


2,854.54 


1,002.41 


877.23 


Received August 1971 


3,700.78 


1,370.06 


1,075.38 


Received September 1971 


4,276.69 
42,547.35 


2,415.37 
9,873.53 


469.79 


TOTALS THIS YEAR 


10,118.82 



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ALEXANDEB MED. 81 

ALEXIS 32 

ANTHO^Y GROVE 29 

BEECH AVENUE 18 

BEmONT FIHST 79 

BEKEA 50 

BESSEIIEB CITY Ut--59 
BESSEMER CITY 2nd--58 

BETHANY 26 

BETHEL 85 

BETHLEHEK 11 

BINGHAH MEM. 62 

BROItNTGIKN 7 5 

BRUINGTON MEN. 37 

CALVARY 25 

CATAWBA HTS. 67 

CEN-ftRVIE* 53 

CHAPEL GROVE 88 

CHERRYVILLE 1st 33 

CHERRYVILLE 2nd 34 

CHESTNUT RIDGE 63 

CLEVEUND HTS. A 

COMMUNITY 41 

CRAMERTON FIRST 82 

DALLAS 43 

EAST, BELMONT 7 8 

E. CHAPEL M1SS10N--48 
EAST, QASTONIA 15 



FAITH, BELMONT 80 

FAITH. GASTONIA 9 

FLINT GROVES 5 

FBALEY MEM. ^-69 

FRIENDSHIP 93 

GAMBLE HILL 64 

GASTON 55 

GASTONIA FIRST 17 

GRACE 2 

HARDIN ■ 35 

HICKORY GROVE 46 

HIGH SHOALS 31 

HOLLAND MEM. 60 

LAKEVIE* 73 

LONG CB. MEM. 45 

LONG CR. MISSI0N---44 

LORAY 14 

LOVE MEMORIAL 10 

LOMBIiL FIRST 71 

McADENVILLE lit 74 

MACEDONIA 22 

MIDWAY 57 

MODENA STREET 7 

MT. BEULAH 38 

MT. HOLLY FIRST 51 

MT. HOLLY SECONO---52 

MT. ZION 27 

MOUNTAIN VIEW 87 

NEW HOPE 86 

NEW LIFE 36 

N. MAIN STREET 42 

NORTHSIDE ' 1 





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Total All Receipts 62,539.70 

Total Paid to Date 61 , 377. 69 



CASH BALANCE 1,162.01 

,; CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM CHURCH 

GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1971 



zeived for Budget Contributions 


Sinking Fund 


Designated 


Budget 


Alexander Memorial 


$ 


$ 


$ 345.77 


Alexis 


250.00 




600.00 


Anthony Grove 


190.00 


35.00 


560.40 


Beech Avenue 






75.00 


Belmont, First 


699.96 


44.20 


1,680.00 


Berea 


64.00 


50.00 


324.16 


Bessemer City, First \ ,.: 




35.00 


500.00 


Bethany 




35.00 


92.00 


Bethlehem 


110.00 


135.00 


275.00 


Bingham :' ^ ' 


25.00 


35.00 


120.00 


Browntown / ■; .- 






43.00 


Calvary 


200.00 




319.06 


Catawba Heights 




35.00 


150.00 


Center view • ' 




35.00 


450.00 


Chapel Grove 




250.00 


208.00 


Cherryville, First 




79.43 


1,408.33 


Cherryville, Second 


25.65 


35.00 


203.66 


Chestnut Ridge ■ 


75.00 


10.00 


100.00 


Cleveland Heights 




35.00 


81.72 


Cramerton, First 


187.71 


92.00 


1,000.00 


Community 


158.00 


97.00 


325.00 


Dallas 


300.00 


39.80 


600.00 


East, Belmont 


540.00 


85.00 


840.00 


East, Gastonia 


500.00 


75.00 


996.00 


Fair view 


50.00 


35.00 


240.00 


Faith, Bessemer City 


50.00 




3.25 


Flint Groves 


939.00 


160.00 


1,399.92 


Friendship 






300.00 


Gamble Hill 






109.25 


Gaston ; 






229.34 


Gastonia, First ■ t; 


1,525.00 


380.10 


2,000.08 


Grace ^ ^ 


249.96 


35.00 


642.06 


Hardin \,;- . ' w '; 






553.76 


Hickory Grove 


.■■.• "''■ 


35.00 


300.00 


High Shoals 


' 'r^- 


335.00 


1.800.00 


Holland Memorial 




35.00 


45.00 


Lakeview 




35.00 


120.00 


Lowell, First - ' 






329.44 


Long Creek 


500.00 


35.00 


925.00 


Loray 




162.41 


2,200.00 



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Love Memorial 




35.00 


500.00 


McAdenville 




47.00 


531.50 


Macedonia 




35.00 


600.00 


Midway 






184.00 


Mo den a 






90.00 


Mount Holly, First 


722.00 


65.00 


1.500.00 


Mount Holly, Second 




54.00 


220.00 


Mount Beulah 


500.00 


85.25 


477.68 


Mount Zion 


67.55 


85.54 


1.085.00 


New Hope 






656.64 


North Main Street 


• ■ ., ..•^.' ■■ 


35.00 


125.00 


New Life 




62.50 


435.58 


Northside 




35.00 


150.00 


Oakland 


10.00 




193.94 


Ozark Mission 




25.00 




Parkwood 


240.00 


163.50 


645.00 


Plainview 




35.00 


52.00 


Rankin Lake 






357.72 


Ranlo 




36.40 


400.00 


Ridge 






400.00 


Ridgeview 






399.04 


Riverside 


34.70 




431.00 


Salem 






55.00 


Sandy Plains 




35.00 


500.00 


Seventh Avenue 




35.00 


100.00 


Shady Grove 


370.00 


124.00 


643.66 


South Marietta Street 




118.00 


600.00 


South Point 




35.00 


130.00 


Stanley, First 


300.00 


235.00 


400.00 


Stowe Memorial 




35.00 




Sunnyside 






10.00 


Sunset Forest 




35.00 


753.00 


Temple 


280.00 


49.00 


400.00 


Trinity 






124.30 


Tuckaseege 




35.00 


580.84 


Unity, Belmont 


50.00 


35.00 


300.00 


Unity, Gastonia 




58.15 


960:00 


Victory 




35.00 


526.03 


Webbs Chapel 






50.00 


West Cramerton 






242.85 


West Franklin Avenue 


220.00 


35.00 


300.00 


Woodlawn 


440.00 


89.00 


500.00 




$9,873.53 


$4,272.28 


$39,103.98 



25. The financial report and the 1971-72 budget was presented to the body by 
Mr. Ralph Carpenter, chairman. He moved the adoption of the financial report and the 
approval of the 1971-72 budget. It was seconded and carried. 



39 



II. 



III. 



PROPOSED BUDGET 
1971-72 



Mission Program - Christian Social Ministries 




1. 


Rent (Building supplied by Ozark Mission) 




2. 


Educational Service 








(1) V. B. S. 


160.00 


3,160.00 




(2) Literature 


200.00 


200.00 




(3) Socials 


300.00 


500.00 




(4) Relief \ 


2,500.00 


100.00 
200.00 


3. 


Equipment and Maintenance 




200.00 


4. 


New Center Expansions 






5. 


Literacy Council 


f 




6. 


Insurance on VW Van 




8,078.00 


7. 


Volunteer Training Program 
Total Mission Program 




4,980.00 


Sala 


ries 






8. 


Supt. of Missions 






9. 


Secretary 




7,200.00 


10. 


a. Director GBC (1/2 time)^ 


2,400.00 


1,768.00 




b. Case Worker (1/2 time) \ 


2,400.00 


. 275.00 




c. Director Mission Act. 








(1/2 time) \ 


2,400.00+ 




11. 


Custodian 






12. 


Clerk 


rotal Salaries 




Othe 


r Personnel Expense 






14. 


Supt. of Missions 








(1) Convention 


450.00 


3,114.68 




(2) Housing (in pmts) 


-- 






(3) Travel 


1,400.00 


' 


' 


(4) Health & Life Ins. 


864.60 






(5) Retirement 


400.08 




15. 


CSM Workers 








(1) Convention (Ridgecrest for 4) 








240.00 






(2) Travel 








a. Director GWC 


600.00 


1,728.00 




b. Director M.A. 


600.00+ 


850.00 




L, 200. 00 






(3) Life Ins. (4) 


288.00 





4,360.00 



22,301.00 



16. Social Security 

(Covers all employees except , - 

Dir. of Mission Action who is 

paid out of State Office) ' ^ ' ' 

Total Other Personnel Expense i 5,692.68 

40 



300. 


00 


250. 


00 


250. 


00 


■ 250. 


00 


250 


00 


850 


00 


375 


00 


100 


00 


150 


00 


150 


00 



IV. Organizational and Educational Ministry 

17. Woman's Missionary Union 

18. Brotherhood . .>: 

19. Sunday School . ,. .^ v - ' 

20. Church Training ■ ' = • ■ 

21. Music 

22. A ssociational Minutes 

23. Annual Meeting ., /' 

24. Stewardship Promotion \ , 

25. Evangelism 

26. Visual Aids ; . 

Total O & E Ministry 2, 925.00 

V. Service Ministry 

27. Printing and Office Supplies 

(1) Bulletins & Calendar 1,720.00 

(2) Other Printing 200.00 

(3) Office Supplies 600.00 

2,520.00 

28. Postage & Business Expense 840.00 

29. New Equipment & Maintenance 600.00 

Total Service 3,960.00 

VI. Buildings & Equipment 

30. Utilities " : ' 

(1) Telephone (3 locations) 

1,200.00 

(2) Gas 360.00 . 

(3) Lights & Water 700.00 , . ' 

(4) Oil 650.00 

j 31. Insurance 

I 32. Maintenance of Buildings 

; 33. Janitorial & Kitchen Supplies 

Total Buildings & Equipment 
VII. Debt Retirement 

34. House Payment 

35. Bond Pro gram -Sinking Fund-Land Purch. 
Total Debt Retirement 

^III. Contingency Funds 

36. Miscellaneous (Including extra help) 

37. Designations 
Total Contingency 

TOTAL BUDGET 
■f-Items are to be paid by the Baptist State 

Convention 
Expected gifts to Bond Program -Sinking Fund 

44,929.68 

26. Dr. Perry Crouch, General Secretary of North Carolina Baptist State Convention, 
brought a message on "North Carolina Baptist of work." 

41 



2,910.00 




436.00 




1,400.00 




240.00 






5,286.00 


1,380.00* 




11.600.00 






12,980.00 


1,025.00 




-0- 


.■■ - • .^ 




1,025.00 




58,529.68 


3,000.00 


: 


10,600.00 






13,600.00 



27. A worship period was led by Mr. Bill McGibbney. He led the body in singing 
"O God, Our Help In Ages Past", after which he introduced a group of youth from the 
Parkwood Church who presented a melody of Spirituals - Recorder Consort. 

28. The body was led in the singing of "All Hail The Power Of Jesus Name", 
followed with special music by the Adult choir of First Church, Mount Holly which san^ 
"Thanks Be To God". 

29. Mr. Tom Hogan read from God's word, 1 Cor. 9:1-14. 

30. Mr. Ralph Carpenter, pastor of Hickory Grove Baptist Church preached the 
Annual Sermon. His subject was "Support of the Minister". 

31. The Session was closed with prayer by Mr. Worth Braswell. 

SECOND DAY - FIRST, CRAMERTON 
October 22, 1971 . 

32. The morning session was called to order by the moderation at 9:05 A.M." 

33. Mr. Gerald Campbell led in the singing of the hymn "How Firm a Founda- 
tion". 

34. Mr. Donald Almond led in the reading of a Responsive Reading followed by 
another hymn "Stand Up, Stand Up For Jesus". 

35. Mr. Eugene Johns host pastor brought a word of welcome. 

36. A panel on State Agencies and Institutions was conducted by Mr. Hoyle Al- 
Ired. The following Agencies and Institutions were represented: 

(1) Baptist Foundation - Peyton Brown 

(2) Fmitland and Summer Assemblies - Gary Harthcock 

(3) Biblical Recorder - Marse Grant 

(4) Christian Social Service Institutions - W. R. Wagoner 

(5) Christian Education - T. Robert Mullinax 

(6) South Mountain Camp - T. A. Lineberger 

(7) Annuity Board - Guy Cain 

Each representative was given ten minutes to present his Agency or Institution. This 
was followed by a question and answer period. 

37. The session had a fifteen minute break reconvening at 10:45 A.M. 

38. Miscellaneous Business 
(1) Mr. A. A, Bailey presented the constitutional changes for the second 

reading and their approval. The following presentation of changes were made to the 
body. 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Dear Member, 

This is to give you a 30 day notice of my intention to present the following changes 
to our Constitution at the Annual Meeting on October 21-22. 

1. That the Titles of all the personnel in the organizations be updated to conform 
with convention listing. 

2. That a Constitution Committee of 3 members be added and listed as point 13 
on page 16 in the minutes for 1970. 

3. That the Chairman of this Committee be listed in point one on page 16 as a 
member of the Executive Committee. 

4. That the third sentence in By-Law VIE now read: 
The Director of Christian Social Ministries shall work under the guidance of 
th Promotional Director. 



5. That the last two paragraphs of By-law IX be deleted. 

Sincerely, 
A, A. Bailey 

Mr. Bailey read each one separately and called for its adoption. Each was seconded 
and carried. 

(2) Our moderator called for a motion to adopt the South Mountain Camp re- 
port. A motion was made and seconded that the report be adopted. It was carried. 

(3) Mr. Hayes was introduced as a representative of the Children's Homes. 

39. The report of the Resolutions Committee was presented by the clerk in the 
absence of W. W. Black, Chairman. He moved its adoption. It was seconded and 
carried. 

RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 

WHEREAS the Gaston Baptist Association has met in annual session for the fifty- 
third time to transact the Lord's business, 

BE IT RESOLVED that we express to Pastor Tom Hogan and East Church, Gastonia, 
and Pastor Eugene Johns and First Church, Cramerton, our heart-felt thanks for their 
hospitality and courteous treatment. 

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that we extend our deepest appreciation to all of our 
Associational leaders for their excellent efforts in assuring the success of this fifty- 
third session. 

BE IT RESOLVED, in conclusion, that we return to our respective fields of service 
and earnestly strive to carry out the commission of Him whose name we bear. 

Respectfully submitted, 
.. ,^ , W. W. Black, Chairman 

. ;/ ', , Mrs. W. W, Daves 

Mrs. Douglas Aldrich 

40. Mr. Perry Huffstetler spoke a few words on his report concerning Evangelism. 
He moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

41. Mr. Charles Carter spoke to his report concerning the Biblical Recorder. In 
making a motion for adoption he also asked the body to express its appreciation to 
Marsh Grant, Editor, for the great work he is doing. It was seconded and carried. 

42. Missions Report 

(1) State Missions 

Mr. Charles High spoke to his report and moved its adoption. It was seconded 
and carried. 

(2) Home Missions 

Mr. Yates Craig brought the report, moved its adoption. It was seconded and 
carried. ^m: 

(3) Foreign Missions 

Mr. James Revis moved the adoption of the report as printed in the Book of 
Reports. It was seconded and carried. 

43. The body was led in the singing of the hymn "O Zion, Haste". 

44. The scripture lesson was read by Mrs. Hoyle Allred. She read from Ephesians 
4:1-4. Galations 3:26-28 and Matthew 28:19-20. This was followed by a solo by 
Mrs. Walter Baker. 

45. Mr. Howard Knight, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Morehead City, brought 
the missionary address. 

46. The Fifty- Third Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist Association was con- 
cluded with prayer by Mr. Hoyle Allred. 

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W.M.U. REPORT 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, STANLEY 

52ND ANNUAL SESSION 

APRIL 20, 1971 - 4:30 P.M. 

THEME: UVING THE SPIRIT OF CHRIST 



REV. ADEMAR PAEGLE ;; 

Mrs. Harold Strickland ;. . Presiding 

Associational W.M.U. Director 

AFTERNOON SESSION 4:30 P.M. 

Song - "God of Grace and God of Glory" Mr. Adrian Littlejohn 

First Bapt. Church, Gastonia, Leading; Mrs. Fred High, Lowell, First, Pianist! 

Devotion , Mrs. Bob Rowland, First Baptist Church, Stanle]j 

Welcome Mrs. Yates Craig, WMU Director, First Baptist, Stanley 

Business Session 

Special Music Tommy and Larry Russell, Chapel Grove Baptist Ch.| 

Message - THEY NEED ONE ANOTHER Hoyle T. Allr^ 

Supt. of Missions, Gaston Baptist Association 

Prayer Mrs. Bill Farris, First Baptist, Gastoni? 

Supper (Gaston WMU women should bring a covered dish) 

NIGHT SESSION 7:00 P.M. 

Piano Music Mrs. Fred Higl: 

Business - Election of Officers Mrs. M. O. Owens, Jr., Parkwooc 

Baptist Church, Chairman of Nominating Committee 

Prayer of Dedication Rev. Charles High, Pastor, Stanley First 

Hymn "Holy Spirit Breathe On Me" 

Devotion Kim Jenkins, First Baptist Church, Cherryville 

Special Music - Selection of H3rmns .... Hand Bell Choir, First Baptist Church, 
Gastonia 

Message Rev. Ademar Paegle, 

Pastor, First Baptist Church, Fortaleza, North Brazil; Chaplain Intern, N. C. Bap- 
tist Hospital, Winston Salem, N.C. 
Benediction "Spirit of the Living God" 

CHURCH DIRECTORY 

MISSIONS 

East Chapel Mount Holly, First 

Long Creek Long Creek, Memoria^j 

Ozark Missions , Gastonia, Eastj 

Souths ide , Gastonia, West 



MISSION SUNDAY SCHOOLS OR MINISTRY 

Dallas Prison .' Flint Groves 

Day Care Center Loray 

Child Development Gastonia, First 

Gaston County Home Sunset Forest 

:^ankin Hill McAdenville 

iRosewood Rest Home Gastonia, First 

RETIRED ORDAINED MINISTERS 

Abrams, W. E. , Mount Holly Catawba Heights 

Bolch, Oscar, Gastonia Temple 

ashwell, T. L , Sr., Gastonia Gastonia, East 

loer. Will, Gastonia Northside 

Costner, O. R., Stanley Long Creek Memorial 

Harris, Jim, Gastonia Fairview 

Huggins , Hubert, Dallas Dallas 

Mauldin, J. Howard, Belmont Catawba Heights 

Millen, A, P. , Belmont Friendship 

Nolan, A. R. , Cherryville Cherryville, Second 

Powell, Garland, Gastonia Flint Groves 

Roberts , C. C. , Mount Holly Mount Holly, Second 

Rumfelt, E. J. , McAdenville Lakeview 

Settlemyr, Z. W. , Cherryville Cherryville, First 

Walter, W. L., Gastonia Gastonia, East 

West, D. A. , Mount Holly Mount Holly, Second 

ASSOCIATE PASTORS AND MUSIC OR EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORS 

Alford, Miss Le Merle Bessemer City, First 

Almond, Donald Cramerton, First 

Ballew, Mrs. Violet Centerview 

Blanton, Mrs. Jack Shady Grove 

Brendle, Sol Cramerton, West 

Campbell, Gerald Belmont, East 

Champion, Andrew Loray 

Dendy, Clyde .' Catawba Heights 

Denton. Kenneth Mount Holly, First 

Duncan, Bill West Franklin 

Duncan, Phillip Stanley, First 

Echerd, L. J Macedonia 

Ellis. Harold Dean Long Creek Memorial 

England, George Woodlawn 

England. Roy L Friendship 

England, Mrs. Ray Bingham Memorial 

Harrington. Curtis BessemerCity. Second 

Hedrick, Horace Love Memorial 

Hege, Joy B Lowell. First 

Helton. Fred Unity (B) 

Holcomb, James Ridgeview 

Johnston, William Wayne South Marietta Street 

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Keaton. Larry Gastonia, First 

Lee, Jason Plint Groves 

Littlejohn. Adrian M Gastonia, First 

Massey, Ralph L Gastonia, East 

McCall. Harry M. Jr Gastonia, East 

McClure, Mrs. Charlene Flint Groves 

McGibney, William B Parkwood 

Maxwell, Yates [][ Hickory Grove 

Mots inger, J. Herman Unity (G) 

Owens, Martain Sandy Plains 

Payne, Mrs. Walter Floy Fairview 

Pennel, Glain S Loray 

Poovey, Mrs. Deloris Tuckaseege 

Robertson, Randy L Browntown 

Robins, Paul D Cherryville, First 

Russell, Tommy Chapel Grove 

Shelton, Dick Lakeview 

Snyder, Parker D Temple 

Summey. Charles B Gastonia, First 

Wilkes, J. Carlton j^anlo 

ORDAINED MINISTERS, NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 

Allred, Hoyle, Gastonia Holland Memorial 

Anthony, Kenneth, Gastonia Trinity 

Brandon, S. O. , Stanley Stanley, First 

Bumgardner, W. P., Bessemer City Gamble Hill 

Cagle, Jack, Lincolnton Webbs Chapel 

Crew, John, Mount Holly North Main 

Fite, Harold, Dallas Midway 

Franks, R, C. , Bessemer City Gamble Hill 

Grant, J. N. , Lowell „ Woodlawn 

Green, Cecil, Gastonia Gastonia, First 

Grigg, Robert, Gastonia Gastonia, First 

Hand, Harry, Apony, N.Y Alexis 

Jones, Dean H., Gastonia Gastonia, First 

Knight, T. E. , Lowell Woodlawn 

Long, Harold, Dallas Gastonia, First 

McMahan, C. R,, Gastonia , Macedonia 

Morris , David, McAdenville , McAdenville 

Murphy, Sam, Lincolnton Webb Chapel 

Parker, Robert, Dallas South Marietta Street 

Payseur, Boyd Trinity 

Pettigrew, George, Gastonia Flint Groves 

Smith, Harold Parkwood 

Stafford, J. T. , Lowell Woodlawn 

Stewart, Charles, Gastonia West Franklin 

Taylor, Oliver, Gastonia Beech Avenue 

Wacaster, Lee, Cherryville Mount Zion 

Whitfield, Broughton, Gastonia Beech Avenue 

Whitfield, Raymond, Gastonia Beech Avenue 

Wilkerson, Grady, Lowell Oakland 

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LICENSED MINISTERS ' ' 

Beam, David Lee, U.S. Army, Germany Oak Grove 

Blankenship, Dennis, Lincolnton High Shoals 

Boyd, Hazel P. , Gastonia Fairview 

Brown, E. J. , Stanley Stanley. First 

iCampbell, Thurman, Gastonia Beech Avenue 

Clark, Jerry L. , Gastonia Mount Beulah 

jConners , Rochelle Chestnut Ridge 

jDixon, Herbert A. , Lowell Spencer Mountain 

jDorsey, James E., Sr., Gastonia Beech Avenue 

[Dorsey, James E. Jr., Gastonia Beech Avenue 

jEdwards, Thomas, Gastonia West Franklin 

JFowler, Roland, Dallas Flint Groves 

iFranklin, Charles, Gastonia Northside 

Franklin, Raymond, Gastonia Salem 

[Gantt, Jerry Chestnut Ridge 

Grigg, Bob, Bessemer City Mount Holly, Second 

iHarris, Jimmie, Gastonia Beech Avenue 

' Helton, David A. , Mount Holly Ridgeview 

Holcomb, James, Charlotte Ridgeview 

Mauney, Paul, Gastonia Unity (G) 

Pendleton, James, Cramerton Stowe Memorial 

Shelton, J. M. , Lincolnton High Shoals 

Waters. W. C, Lowell Cramerton, West 

Webb. Ralph, Gastonia Calvary 

Webber, T. O. , Lincolnton High Shoals 

MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 

Campbell, Philip, 2202 Auten Rd., Gastonia, 28052 Grace 

Duncan, Boyce Joseph, 236 Ferstl Ave., Belmont, 28012 Catawba Heights 

Galloway. Jimmy, 812 N. Ranson St., Gastonia, 28052 Cleveland Heights 

Glenn, Oscar, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 38, Bessemer City, 28016 Beech Avenue 

Huddleston, Tommy, Gardner-Webb College, Boling Springs Rankin Lake 

;Meeks, Robert Richard, 1716 Park Dale Ave., Gastonia, 28052 Bethany 

i Raines. Robert Andrew, 101 Hugh St., Apt. 2, Belmont, 28012 . . . Alexander Memorial 

;Tindall, Donald W., Rt. 2, Mt. Olivet Rd., Gastonia. 28052 Beech Avenue 

I Vincent, Burgess, Rt. 3, Box 165, Dallas, 28034 Plainview 

\jl^. MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 

Carrigan, Howard W. , Sealevel, 28577 West Franklin 

i Chronister, Keith, 416 W. Plum, Stanley, 28164 Woodlawn 

Heffner. Terry. 108 River Rd.. Belmont, 28012 Browntown 

Morrow, Michael, Rt. 1, Besstown Rd., Bessemer City, 28016 Spencer Mountain 

ORGANISTS (or pianist if no organist) 
NAME OF CHURCH ORGANISTS NAME AND ADDRESS 

Alexander Memorial Miss Shela Kerley. 202 Edgecombs St., Belmont, 28052 

Alexis Mrs. Alfred Hager, Box 446, Alexis, 28006 

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Anthony Grove Mrs. Carolyn Bumgarner, 706 E, Hawthorn, Cherryville, 28021 

Beech Avenue Mrs. Nellie Dorsey, 403 S. Church St., Gastonia, 28052 

Belmont, East Mrs. W. E. Jones, 412 Church St., Belmont. 28012 

Belmont, First Nelson Hayes, 405 N. Central Ave., Belmont, 28012 

Berea Mrs. Judy B. Duncan. Rt. 2. Gastonia, 28052 

Bessemer City, First Mrs. Jerry Davis, 308 Orm an Ave., Bessemer City, 28016 

Bessemer City, Second Mrs. Mike Morrow, Rt. 1, Bessemer City, 28016 

Bethany Mrs. Frances Pearson, 1007 Spring St.. Gastonia, 28052 

Bethel Mrs. Renae Bingham, 2302 Elizabeth Circle, Gastonia, 28052 

Bethlehem Trudy McGinnis, 715 Goodson St.. Mt. Holly, 28120 

Bingham Mrs. Ray England. 314 S. Ransom St., Gastonia, 28052 

Browntown Mrs. Helen Nixon, 209 Point Circle, Belmont, 28012 

Calvary Mrs. C. A. Sahms, Jr., 723 Davis Park Rd., Gastonia, 28052 

Catawba Heights Mrs. Vangie Altizer. 207 Pine Rd., Mt. Holly. 28120 

Centerview Mrs. Kaye Holcomb, 91 Acme Rd., Belmont, 28012 

Chapel Grove Tommy Russell, 2450 Trinity Ave., Gastonia, 28052 

Cherryville, First Mrs. Raleigh Putnam, 1608 Sunset Rd., Cherryville, 28021 ; 

Cherryville, Second Mrs. Carolyn Rayfield, Rt. 2, Bessemer City, 28016 

Chestnut Ridge Mrs. Nancy Hoyle, Waco Rd., Kings Mountain, 28086 

Cleveland Heights Mrs. Howard Jones, Rt. 1. Box 280, Dallas. 28034 

Community Doris Pace. Deuon Drive. Dallas. 28034 

Cramerton. First Mrs. Coley Gaffney, 156 8th Ave., Cramerton, 28032 

Cramerton, West Mrs. LoyceDillard, 397 Woodlawn Ave.. Cramerton, 28032 

Dallas Ted Huggins. 403 N. Oakland St.. Dallas. 28034 

Fairview Mrs. Reggie Rhyne. Williamsburg Apts.#22. Gastonia. 28052 

Faith (B) Gayle Brigmon, Belmont. 28012 

Faith (BC) 

Faith (G) Mrs. Edith Burns. 1104 W. Walnut Ave., Gastonia, 28052 

Flint Groves Gene Russell, 2108 E. Withers St., Gastonia, 28052 

Fraley Memorial .. Mrs. Treva Edmondson, 737 Spencer Mtn. Rd., Gastonia, 28052 

Friendship Mrs, Kate Briggs, Rt. 3, Gastonia. 28052 

Gamble Hill 

Gaston Mrs. Brenda Long. Rt. 2. Box 276. Cherryville. 28021 

Gastonia. East Mrs. Morris R. Hall, 932 Nottingham Dr., Gastonia. 28052 

Gastonia. First Mrs. Fred Ratchford, 914 S. York St., Gastonia, 28052 

Grace Jo Ann Pressley. 2413 Lewiston Rd., Gastonia, 28052 

Hardin 

Hickory Kathy Craig. Rt. 1, Mt. Holly, 28120 

High Shoals Mrs. Joyce Hovis, High Shoals, 28077 

Holland Memorial Mrs. Beatrice Costner, Rt. 1, BellRd., Bessemer City, 28016 

Lakeview Mrs. Cora Lee Jenkins, Box 305 Orby St., Cramerton. 28032 

Long Creek Memorial Mrs. Peggy Hovis, Chruchill Dr., Dallas, 28034 

Loray Mrs. Mary Johnson, 1018 Kensington Ave., Gastonia, 28052 

Love Memorial Mrs. John Kinnaman, 415 E. Park Ave. . Gastonia. 28052 

Lowell. First Mrs. J. K. Carpenter. Rt. 1. Box 192. Belmont. 28012 

McAdenville Mrs. Gary Hunsucker, P. O. Box 75. McAdenville. 28101 

Macedonia Mrs. Joan Raxter. 2408 Wendy Lane. Gastonia. 28052 

Midway Mrs. Larry Harmon, 1313 Ware Ave., Gastonia, 28052 

Modena Street Mrs. Paulette Walker, 916 Union Terrace, Gastonia, 28052 

Mount Beulah Mrs. Brenda Emory, Rt. 2, Edgewood Rd., Bessemer City, 28016 

Mount Holly, First Kenneth Denton, 505 N. Hawthorne St., Mt. Holly, 28120 

Mount Holly, Second Mrs. Tommie Gold, 212 Norton Rd., Mt. Holly, 28120 



Mount Zion Mrs. Guy R. Beam, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 156, Cherryville, 28021 

; Mountain View Evelyn Wilson, 702 N. Vance., Gastonia, 28052 

New Hope 

: New Life Mrs. Johnny Enloe, 524 N. Bucko ak St., Stanley, 28164 

North Main Street Mrs. Frances Bridges, Rt. 1, Box 510-C, Stanley, 28164 

Northside Mrs. John Slaton, 1332 N. 2nd St. Ranlo. 

i Oak Grove Mrs. Rice Ford, Rt. 1, Box 410, Cherryville, 28021 

Oakland 

Parkwood Mrs. Gordon Bane, 624 Armstong ParkRd., Gastonia, 28052 

Plainview Mrs. John Keener, Rt. 3, Box 65, Dallas, 28034 

Rankin Lake Mrs. W. W. Black, Rt. 3, Box 625, Dallas, 28034 

Ranlo Mrs. Rachel Bumgarner, 1238 N. New Hope Rd., Gastonia, 28052 

Ridge Mrs. Alice Moss, Westview St., Gastonia, 28052 

I Ridgeview Mrs. Gloria Perkins, 101 Ridge Dr., Mt. Holly, 28120 

I Riverside Hazel Morris, 76 Riverside Dr., Cramerton, 28032 

j Robinwood Elaine Hoffman, Stevens St., Gastonia, 28052 

Rosewood Lane 

I Salem Phylis Queen, 1819 RhyneCarterRd., Gastonia, 28052 

1 Sandy Plains Mrs. Helen Hoffman, Rt. 4, Gastonia. 28052 

j Seventh Avenue Mrs. Dorothy Green, 1245 Huntsmore Dr., Gastonia, 28052 

j Shady Grove Miss Martha Hord, Rt. 3, Kings Mountain, 28086 

I South Marietta Street Mrs. Jerry Cloninger, 1005 N. Modena St., Gaston, 28052 

I South Point Mrs. Libby Byrum, P. O. Box 1066, Belmont, 28012 

I Spencer Mountain Miss Annette Dixon, Rt. 2, Gastonia, 28052 

I Stanley, First Mrs. J. W. Long, 315 Brevard D., Stanley, 28164 

I Stowe Memorial Mrs. J. K. Huffman, 2009 Rosebud Dr.. Gastonia, 28052 

Sunnyside Linda Scates. Rt. 1, Bessemer City, 28016 

Sunset Forest Mrs. Max Toomey, Rt. 2, Box 384, Gastonia, 28052 

Temple Mrs. Phyllis Walters, 420 Witten Lane, Gastonia, 28052 

Trinity Mrs. Gail Hope. 5160Midpines, Kings Mountain, 28086 

1; Tuckaseege Mrs. Becky McCotter. Ill TomberlinRd.. Mt. Holly, 28120 

' Unity (B) Mrs. Richard Whitesides, Rt. 2. Box 182-B, Gastonia, 28052 

Unity (G) Miss Carolyn Broome, 1603 Cecelia Dr., Gastonia, 28052 

Victory Mrs. Claudia Brafford, 1519 Hargrove Ave., Gastonia, 28052 

I Webb's Chapel Miss Mildred Mauney. Rt. 4. Lincolnton. 28092 

West Franklin Avenue David Lowe. 221 S. Oakland St.. Gastonia. 28052 

Woodlawn Virginia Fulbright. 700 N. Main St., Lowell, 28098 

DIRECTORS OF LIBRARY SERVICES 
!i NAME OF CHURCH DIRECTORS NAME AND ADDRESS 

Alexander Memorial 

Alexis Miss Dorothy Long, Rt. 1, Iron Station, 28080 

I' Anthony Grove 

Beech Avenue 
\ Belmont, East Mrs. Wm. Holler, Rt. 1. Box 82-C. Belmont, 28012 

Belmont', First Mrs. L. B. Bass, Sr.. 103 N. Central Ave.. Belmont. 28012 

Berea Miss Wanda Cloninger, Rt. 2, Gastonia, 28052 

Bessemer City, First Mrs. T. A. Lynn, Sr., Rt. 2, Box 337. Bessemer City, 28016 

Bessemer City. Second 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bethlehem Love Dixon, 422 Separk Circle, Gastonia, 28052 

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Browntown i 

Calvary 

Catawba Heights ,. - u, > 

Centerview ^., ,'•'• oj- /"'..'.;'".,. ,,..^ ■ ,-;,-- 

Chapel Grove 

Cherryville, First Mrs. Doris Hayes, 114 South Depot St., Cherryville, 28021 

Cherryville, Second 

Chestnut Ridge Mrs. Margaret Raefield, Waco Rd., Kings Mountain, 28086 

Cleveland Heights 
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Cramerton, First Mrs. George McGee, Box 316, Cramerton, 28032 

Cramerton, West 

Dallas 

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Faith (B) • ' ', / ■ • } .: 

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Flint Groves Mrs. Larry Lang, 2260 Vinton Dr., Dallas, 28034 1 

Fraley Memorial _^, , > , 

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Gaston ^ '' '^ '' "" ^' ' ' ' ^ ' ' ' '^ \ 1| 

Gastonia, East Robert N. Hoffman, 128 N. Gaston St., Dallas, 28034 1 

Gastonia, First Mrs. Julius Sanders, 1005 Hillside Lane, Gastonia, 28052; 

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High Shoals Miss Shirley Rice, Box 261, High Shoals, 28077 

Holland Memorial 

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Long Creek Memorial '-' 

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Love Memorial Mrs. Betty Baumgarner, 509 N. Morehead St., Gastonia, 28052 1 

Lowell, First Mrs. Ernest Westmoreland, Rt. 2, Dogwood Lane, Dallas, 28034J 

McAdenville Miss Thelma Wilson, 129 Kee Rd., Belmont, 28012 

Macedonia 

Midway 

Mod en a Street 

Mount Beulah Miss Janet Neal. Rt. 1, Bessemer City, 28016 

Mount Holly, First Mrs. E. B. Cox. Jr., Rt. 1, Box 185, Mt. Holly, 28120 | 

Mount Holly, Second 

Mount Zion Miss Joyce Ellis, Rt. 1, Box 34. Cherryville, 28021 

Mountain View - , - 

New Hope 

New Life Mrs. R. L. Smith, Beachwood Hills, Stanley. 28164 

North Main Street 

Northside ;:;"::■ .^^,, .'':.• ;-:■-. S^ii^...., ' ''/■ '\.. :. . 

Oak Grove 

Oakland 

Parkwood Mrs. M.O.Owens, Jr., 964Sandswood Dr., Gastonia, 28052 

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Ranlo Mrs. Alfred Morton. 85 Walnut Ave., Gastonia, 28052 

Ridge Mrs. Betty Lunsford, North Oakwood St., Gastonia. 28052 

Ridgeview 

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Robinwood _ 

Rosewood Lane " ■ ' : 

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Sandy Plains Billy Joe Shultz, 628 Honeywood Lane, Gastonia, 28052 

Seventh Avenue Mrs. Claude Burleson, 926 E. Eighth St., Gastonia, 28052 

Shady Grove Miss Janet Hamm, Rt. 2, Cherryville, 28021 

South Marietta Street Mrs. Leroy Hullet, Rt. 3, Gastonia, 28052 

South Point 
Spencer Mountain 

Stanley, First Mrs. Jimmy Ramsey, P. O. Box 261, Stanley, 28164 

Stowe Memorial 

Sunnyside 

Sunset Forest 

jTemple i . - . . 

iTrinity 

Tuckaseege Miss Julie Press ley, 511 TuckaseegeRd., Mt. Holly, 28120 

Unity (B) Mrs. Claude Connell, 1003 E. Catawba St., Belmont, 28012 

jUnity (G) 

'Victory Mrs. Marietta Byrd, 1551 Meadowbrook Lane, Gastonia, 28052 

|W ebb's Chapel 

jWest Franklin Avenue .. Mrs. Wilburn Spencer, 1613 Blackwood Dr., Gastonia, 28052 

Woodlawn Ruby Usery, 308 1st. St., Lowell, 28098 



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GASTON 

Baptist Association 



North Carolina 



1972 



ANNUAL 
of the 

GASTON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

of 
North Carolina 

FIFTY-FOURTH ANNUAL SESSION 

Held With 

UNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 
GASTONIA, N. C. 

October 19, 1972 

and 

CATAWBA HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH 
BELMONT, N. C. 

October 20, 1972 

The Next Annual Session Will Be Held With 

WOODLAWN BAPTIST CHURCH, LOWELL 

HIGH SHOALS BAPTIST CHURCH 

HIGH SHOALS, N, C. 

Thursday and Friday, October 25-26, 1973 



Table of Contents 



Associational Directory 1 

Calendar (1973) 

Church Directory 

Constitution and By-Laws 1 

General Board Members 1 

Historical Events II 

Historical Sketches (Host Churches) , 1 

Historical Sketch of 200th Anniversary - Long Creek Memorial j 

Map , ..42-4i 

Messengers ij 

Proceedings 2j 

Proceedings 2| 

Program (Annual Session) 

Reports: 

Auditors 2. 

Budget for (1972-73) 

Bus Ministry 2 

Camp Committee 2 

Committee on Committees 1 

Executive Committee 3 

Highlights of Last Two Years (Moderator) 3 

In Memoriam 3 

Missions Committee 2 

Resolutions Committee 4 

Treasurer's 2 

Womans Missionary Union Annual Session Program 

Tables: 

Historical 5 



Program 

54TH ANNUAL SESSION 
OCT. 19-20 

GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

54TH ANNUAL SESSION 

OCT. 19-20 

Registration 

Worship 

Committee Reports: 

Program Charles High 

Missions Jerry Lethco 

Nominating Gerald Campbell 

Committee on Committees Glenn Caldwell 

C alendar Elvin Jones 

Stewardship Dan Blair 

Organizational Reports: 

Sunday School Marvin Willis 

Church Training Harry McCall 

Woman's Missionary Union 

W.M.U Mrs. Sibyl Wilson 

Brotherhood George Pettigrew 

Try it - You' 11 Like It 

Bus Ministry James Revis 

Weekday Ministries Dorothy Allred 

Lay Witnessing Crusade Larry and Kitty Keaton 

BREAK 
Hymn 

Miscellaneous Business 
Missions Reports: 

State Missions Worth Braswell 

Home Missions , Stan Howard 

Foreign Missions Fred West 

Worship . , Ken Denton 

Missionary Message Woodrow W. Hill 

Break & Supper Special Music 

Golden Years Club; £. Baptist, Belmont 

EVENING FIRST DAY 

Special Music Ridge Baptist Youth Choir 

Hymn 

Memorials Walter Long 

Associational Missions: 

Moderator Love Dixon 

Executive Committee Walter Long 

Treasurer E.W. Brockman 

Finance Committee Frank Hoyle 

3 



7:30 
8:00 



9:00 



Witnessing at Arms Length Hoyle T. Allrec 

Worship Ken Dentor. 



"Christ's Message for the World Today" 
Scripture. .Eph. 3:1-13 . . Stanley Howard, Alt. 
Annual Sermon 

ADJOURN 

SECOND DAY - CATAWBA HEIGHTS 



Yates Campbell, Pastoi 



8:45 - Registration • 

9:00 - Worship Ken Denton 

9:10 - Institutional Reports: \ 

Hospital John Campbell 

Homes for Aging Jerry Lethco 

Children's Homes William Brown 

Christian Education Eugene Johns^ 

Panel on State Agencies: 

Missions In North Carolina Howard Ford' 

Homes for the Aging William Poole 

Christian Education John E. Weems 

BREAK 
Miscellaneous Business: 

Resolutions Committee . j 

Evangelism Charles Carter' 

Biblical Recorder J.D. Williams^ 

Worship Ken Dentonj 

Doctrinal Sermon 

"Why You Should Be Saved" - C.V. Carver 
Pastor, Norths ide Baptist Church 
12:00 - LUNCH 



9:40 - 



10:40 
11:00 



11:15 
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FIRST DAY 
UNITY, GASTONIA 
Alfred Wright, Pastor 



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SECOND DAY 

CATAWBA HEIGHTS 

Max Pendleton, Pastor 



HISTORICAL SKETCH OF HOST CHURCHES 

Unity Baptist Church 

428 N. Myrtle School Rd. 

Gastonia, N.C. 

The beginning of Unity Baptist Church was on Saturday night, September 23, 1944 

a group of people from the Myrtle School District, who were interested in the or- 

ization of a new church in that vicinity, met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Meek 

Cobb and formed "The West Gastonia Prayer Band" - "A church to be - if it be 
od's Will." Prayer Meetings were held throughout the months of October and Novem- 
r at various homes in the community. 

Unity Baptist Church was organized in the old Loray Baptist Church on Franklin 
venue in Gastonia on Sunday, December 31, 1944. At the organization meeting in 
;944, Rev. L.M. Dixon was the moderator and W.A. Hoffman was secretary. 

Charter Members: There were 65 charter members. 

Pastors: The following pastors have served the church since its organization: 

Rev. Willard Jenkins, a student at Gardner Webb was called as supply pastor in 
lovember, 1944 and served until March, 1945. 

Rev. L.E. Bookout was called as the full time pastor in April, 1945 and served 
ntil the Fall of 1952. 

Rev. J.C. Gwaltney was called to be the pastor in April, 1953 and served until 
j^ovember, 1959. 

I Rev. W.F. Woodall was called to serve as pastor in May, 1960 and served until 
jis retirement in December, 1970. 

Rev. Alfred Wright was called to serve as pastor in August, 1971. 
I Church Site: The first church lot was given by Mrs. Susie Whitesides Cobb and 
family. Lot on corner of Myrtle School Rd. and Oliver Street. 

First Structure: The first church building was a brick veneer building 30* x 60', 
^hich was constructed in 1945, und-^r the leadership of Rev. L.E. Bookout. This 
building is being used as educational space. The cost of the first building was 
$5,000.00. In 1952, a two story brick pastorium was constructed on the corner lot of 
Myrtle School Road and Mary Avenue. This parsonage has been sold and a new parson- 
age has been purchased at 2023 Echo Lane in 1972 for $34,000. 

During 1954 a brick sanctuary including educational space was built. This new 
)uilding was occupied in March, 1954. The cost of this building was over $54,000. 

A two- story educational building was constructed at a cost of more than $64,000 
md dedicated in October, 1959. 

In October, 1966, the Deacons recommended that the church purchase the Lewis 
foung Property for $17,000. This house is being used as a home for our Minister of 
Ausic and Education. 

On March 12, 1967, the members voted their approval to build a new sanctuary 
md a two- story educational building. The new building was started in April, 1967 
md occupied in July, 1968. The cost of the building program including furnishings 
^as over $450,000. 

The value of all the church property and buildings, pastorium, and house for 
Ministers of Music and Education is now over $700,000, The total floor space in 
ill the buildings equals almost 38,000 square feet. The total church membership is 
.,300. Our present budget is $135,824.00, 

Our Present Church Staff: Pastor - Alfred Wright - who became pastor in August, 
.972 - Minister of Music and Education - Herman Motsinger, who came as Minister 
if Music and Education in December, 1965. Secretary - Mrs. Veda Rhyne, who has 



, served as secretary since 1960. 

Iri 1950 Unity helped to organize The Holland Mission into a church. Mr. L.I 
Hartman was the leader in this mission group. 

We have had several young men to be called into the ministry from our church 
Ben Coley, James Jordan, Ted Pressley, Nathan May, and Paul Mauney, Jr. 

20% of our contributions go to the Cooperative Program. 

HISTORY OF THE CATAWBA HEIGHTS 
BAPTIST CHURCH 

A meeting was held on Sunday, December 11, 1949, to organize a mission whici 
was to be under the sponsorship of the First Baptist Church in Belmont. The nucleuj; 
of the people came from Centerview, Tuckaseege, and First Baptist of Belmont. The! 
mission had been approved by the Gaston Baptist Association. | 

A building had been rented on Belton Avenue in which to worship. Services weij 
held on Sunday afternoons. ! 

On January 8, 1950, it was announced that the mission would begin a Sunday 
School and regular morning and evening preaching services, also a mid-week praye, 
service. On January 15, 1950, the Sunday School began, I 

The mission started a B.T.U. within a month after the beginning of the Sundae 
School. 

By the end of January, 1950, the need for a larger building was realized by tht 
mission. After talking with the sponsoring church, the new building was begun oi 
some lots that had already been purchased with the idea of someday having a churcl 
in Catawba Heights. The mission worshiped in its new building on Sunday, March 26! 
1950. On Sunday, June 18, 1950, a service was held and the new building was dedicatee 
to the Lord. 

The Mission was growing, so upon the request of the members of the Catawbr 
Heights Baptist Mission of Catawba Heights, the Associational Council of the Gastor 
Baptist Association met with them Sunday afternoon, Decembers, 1950, for the pur- 
pose of organizing a Missionary Baptist Church. 

On May 9, 1965, the church decided it needed more space and voted to purchase 
the Moon- Light Drive- In Theatre property for future development. A new sanctuar): 
and educational building was built in 1969-1970. The first service in the new building 
was conducted on the second Sunday in June, 1970. A building for church recreational 
activities and organizational meetings was erected in 1971. 

The goal of the church is to be Christ centered, Spirit led, and Biblically orientec 
in its endeavor to reach the lost with the gospel, to provide help for the needy, anc 
the community with a Christian atmosphere. 

HISTORICAL SKETCH OF 200th ANNIVERSARY 
(Long Creek Memorial) 

Long Creek Church was reorganized in 1772. To celebrate the 200 years since 
reorganization, the first event was a Historical Exhibit on Sunday March 19. Among 
the many items relating to the church history was a brush arbor. Also a replica of a 
log cabin church, and a white wood church with "glass** windows , built by Rudy 
Rudisill. Displays featuring each pastor of the church, with pictures and articles of 
interest. Church minutes dating from 1808 were displayed. 

On Sunday, April 23rd the W.M.U. sponsored an "Old Fashioned" Ice cream parlor. 



he church parking area in back was transformed into an ice cream parlor with small 
ibles with checked table cloths. The women dressed in fashions of other days passed 
rays of cookies. The men dipping ice cream wore mustaches and derby hats. The 
vening ended with group singing of old favorite songs. 

On Sunday night, April 10th and August 6th the youth of the church presented 
Skits from our History". The setting was the late 1700' s and early 1800* s. The 
ump organ used was originally used in the church and now belongs to one of the 
hurch families. 

On Sunday, May 21st was "Old Fashion" Sunday. Members were dressed in styles 
rom the past. The worship service was in keeping with the spirit of the day, as the 
pusic depicted changes through the years. No accompaniment to pump organ then 
jiano and the present electric organ. The Birthday Bank used years ago was revived 
JDr this day, A picnic lunch and program of music ended the day. 

On Sunday July 6th, during the morning worship service Harold Ellis, minister of 
nusic, had a mystery broadcast featuring voices of the past. 

On Sunday September 24th, we had our Homecoming Day our members all dressed 
n their old fashion clothes, even our pastor Rev. Fred Crisp looked as if he were 
'preaching to" a congregation 200 years ago. Exhibits were displayed in the church 
mnex. Singing in the afternoon ended the year of celebration. 

A history written by Mr. Roy Mayberry was presented to the church and was avail- 
ible for purchase. 

Calendar 

1973 



astor's Conference - Monday after 4th Sunday each month. 
Ministers Wives - Wednesday after 4th Sunday except Summer. 

Monday after Second Sunday - Jan., April, July, October. 



General Board 



ANUARY - Make Your Will Month 
3- 5 State VBS Clinic, Wingate College 
3- 7 Bible Study Galations: FREEDOM 
THROUGH CHRIST - Youth NOW 
USTEN, MY FRIEND 
5- 6 Trustee Orientation, Durham, Dur- 
ham Motor Hotel 
8-12 Chaplains (BSU) Seminar, In-The- 
Oaks, Black Mtn. 
15 WMU Exec. Council 10:30 
L5-16 St ate- wide "Share the Word" Con- 
ference, Greensboro 
19 Public School Holiday - Students 
L9-20 Home Mission Study Teacher 

Training, CaRAway 
26-28 High School Senior's Retreat, 
CaRAway 
28 Baptist Men's Day 
30 Council on Christian Higher Educa- 
tion 



FEBRUARY 

3 Regional RA Counselor Crs., Hick- 
ory, Monroe, Winston- Salem, 
Roanoke Rapids, Wilmington 

4 Gardner- Webb Ministerial Day - 
Gaston Association 

4 Baptist World Alliance Sunday 
5- 7 State- wide Evangelism Conf. - 

Charlotte, Ovens Auditorium 
9-10 Baptist Women Study Workshop 
11 Race Relations Sunday 

17 WMU Focus Week 
Layman's Witnessing Inst. - 
Gardner- Webb College 
Summer Missions Interviews 
(Tentative) - Chapel Hill 

18 Special Day and Offering for Homes 
for Aging 

19-23 

24 Summer Missions Interviews 



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(Tentative) - Hickory 

26 Regional Choir Festivals - 
Ahoskie, First - Wilmington, 
Temple - Winston- Salem, Ard- 
more - Charlotte, Oakhurst - 
Candler, Hominy 

26-27 State-wide Metropolitan Missions 

Conference - Charlotte, Pritchard 

Memorial 
26-27 State Mission Action Workshop 

(Inmate Ministries Conference) - 

Charlotte 

27 Regional Choir Festivals - 
Cherryville, First 

MARCH 

2 Regional Choir Festivals - Char- 
lotte, Pritchard Memorial 

2- 2 Day Camp Directors* Workshop - 
Mundo Vista 

3 Regional Choir Festivals - Hick- 
ory, Penelope 

4-11 Week of Prayer for Home Missions 
& Annie Armstrong Easter Offering 

12-16 Regional "Share the Word" Con- 
ferences; 15 Gastonia, Loray (Train 
age group workers in Outreach) 

13-14 WMU Annual Session - Raleigh 
Memorial Auditorium 
22 Public School Holiday - Students 

19-23 Children's Church Training Lead- 
ership Tour (across state) 

19-21 Christian Life National Seminar, 
"A Future for the Family" - Char- 
lotte 

23-24 State Baptist Men and Boys* Con- 
vention - Winston- Salem 

23-26 Spring Holiday - Public Schools 

30-31 Handbell Festival - Charlotte St. 
John's 

26-29 Ridgecrest - National Conf. on the 
Small Church 



APRIL 
6- 8 



8 Young Adult and Adult Workshop - 
CaRA way- Mundo Vista 

7 State Children's Choir Festivals, 
Southeastern Semn. and Gardner - 
Webb College 

8 Assoc. Group Bible Blitz 

10 Church Training Youth Workshop - 
Raleigh, First 



13-15 Spring BSU Conference - Caswe]; 

14 Assoc. Festival of Arts, Asso(' 
Bible Blitz - Stanley First, Afteji 
noon & Evening Fellowship 

15 Cooperative Program Day 

16 WMU Exec. Council 10:30 

17 WMU Annual Meeting - Unity 
17 WMU Annual Meeting - Unit 

Gastonia 4:00 Reg. 
19-21 Church Training Leadership Insti 

tute - CaRA way 
20-23 Public School - Easter Holiday 

22 EASTER SUNDAY 

23 Christian Social Min. Conf. 
Gaston Assoc. 

27-28 Church Library Conf. - Easter 

Area 
27-28 Youth Convention - Winston 

Salem 
27-28 Weekend RA Camp - CaRAway 
27-29 Family Camping Weekend 

CaRAway 
30 - May 1 Assoc. Music Workshoj 

MAY ; 

1- 2 North Carolina Baptist Church Mul 

sic Conf. - Ridgecrest | 

4- 5 Day Camp Workshop - Sylva! 

First I 

4- 5 Weekend RA Camp - CaRAway 

5 WMU Prayer Retreat - Rankin Lak 
2-4 p.m. 

6 Scripture Exploring Drill - E. Gas- 
tonia 

6-13 Christian Home Week 
11-12 Baptist Women Retreat *- Mund 

Vista 
13 Baptist Hospital Day & Mother': 

Day Offering 
14-15 Preschool Workshop - Westen 

Area 
17-18 Preschool Workshop - Easteri 

Area 
18-19 Baptist Women Retreat - Mundi 

Vista 
18-20 Teachers' & Interpreters' Conf 

(Deaf) - CaRAway 

19 State RA Track Meet - Gardner- 
Webb 

20 Baptist Radio and Television Sun- 
day 

21-22 Human Relations Conf. - Lak« 



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Junaluska 
29 Last regular day of public school 
29 - June 5 Baptist Summer Oppor- 
tunities Orientation Week - Gard- 
ner-Webb College 
31 Last day for teachers 



JNE 

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11-14 
17 

19 

9-20 

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15-29 



Begin RA - GA Ball Season 
Religious Liberty Sunday 
WMU Annual Meeting - Portland, 
Oregon 

Acteens Camps Begin - Mundo 
Vista 

RA Camps Begin - CaRAway 
Truett Camp Begins (Region 10) 
Pastors' Conf., Religious Education 
Conf. & Music Conf. - Portland, 
Oregon 

Southern Baptist Conv. - Portland, 
Oregon 

Baptist College Day & Scholarship 
Offering 

Council on Christian Higher Educa- 
tion 

General Board Meeting 
Baptist Young Women Retreat - 
Mundo Vista 

Assoc. Superintendents of Mis- 
sions Conf. - Fmitland 



pTJLY 
2- 6 



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Week of Christian Study & Fellow- 
ship - Mars Hill College 
INDEPENDENCE DAY 
Christian Literature Day 
GA Camps Begin - Mundo Vista 
Annual Assoc. Sunday School 
Planning Meeting (Briefing), Bapt- 
ist Building - Raleigh 
WMU Exec. Meeting 10:30 



AUGUST 

8 Annual Assoc. Sunday School 

Planning Meeting (Briefing) - 

Ridgecrest 
11- 18 RA Bus Tour & Fifth National 

Conf. - Saint Louis, Missouri 

16 Ministers* family picnic 

17 St ate- wide Youth Evangelism 
Night - Greensboro, Coliseum 



20-24 Week of Prayer for Assoc. Missions 
23-25 Convention Staff Retreat - Cas- 
well 
24-25 Workshop for Assoc. WMU Offi- 
cers - Fruitland 

25 RA-GA Baptist Men Conclave - 
Cramerton Ballfield 

26 On- To- College- Day 

27 Mission Advance Colloquy (Region 
5) - Kemersville, 1st 

27-28 Workshop for Assoc. WMU Offi- 
cers - Mundo Vista 



SEPTEMBER 

3 LABOR DAY 

6 Children's Homes' Area Conf. - 
Waynes ville 
7- 8 Brotherhood Leadership Training 

Retreat - CaRAway 
7- 8 Workshop for Assoc. WMU Offi- 
cers - Mundo Vista 
10 Mission Advance Colloquy (Re- 
gion 3) - Fayetteville, 1st 
13 Children's Homes' Area Conf. - 
Mills Home 
14-15 Festival of Creative Arts & Ch. 
Training Creative Leadership 
Conf. - Western Area of State 
14-15 Young Marrieds* Retreat - Mundo 

Vista 
14-16 State BSU Officers' Workshop - 
CaRAway 

16 State Missions Day & Offering 

17 Assoc. Brotherhood Workshop 
17-20 Missionary Education Dialogue - 

CaRAway 
20 Church Training Workshop - W. 

Cramerton 
20 Area WMU Leadership Conf. - 

Charlotte, 10AM - 2:30 PM 
21-22 Mother- Daughter Camp - Mundo 

Vista 
21-22 Festival of Creative Arts &. Ch. 

Training Creative Leadership 

Conf. - Piedmont Area of State 
21-22 All- state Youth Choir Festival 

Workshop - Winston- Salem 
21-23 Baptist Men's Retreat - CaRaway 
22 Acteens Day - Raleigh Meredith 

College 
24-25 WMU Leadership Course, M. 6:30- 



9:30; T. 7-9 - Belmont, First 
24 Mission Advance Colloquy (Re- 
gion 6) - Troy, 1st 

24-28 Area Bible Conf. (Piedmont Area 
of State) 

24-27 Missionary Education Dialogue - 
CaRAway 
27 Children's Homes* Conf. - Ken- 
nedy Home 

28-29 Festival of Creative Arts & Ch. 
Training Creative Leadership 
Conf. - Eastern Area of St. 

OCTOBER 
1- 2 Metropolitan Missions/Evangel- 
ism Seminar, Southeastern Sem- 
inary 

1- 4 Pastor's Retreat - Caswell 

2- 4 N.C. Baptist Chaplains' Retreat - 

CaRAway 
3 Cooperative Program Prayer Em- 
phasis in Churches 
5- 6 State-wide Planning Conf. for S.S. 
Directors & Pastors - CaRAway 
5- 6 Father- Son RA Camp (6,7 & 8 

year olds) - CaRAway 
5- 7 Baptist Young Women Conv. 
10 Cooperative Program Prayer Em- 
phasis in Churches 
12-13 Youth Council Retreat - Mundo 

Vista 
12-13 Deacons' Retreat - CaRAway 

13 Regional RA Counselor Crs., - 
Brevard, Kannapolis, Fayetteville, 
Oxford 

14 Biblical Recorder Day 

15 WMU Exec. Council 10:30 

16 Council on Christian Higher Educa- 
tion 

16-17 General Board Meeting 

17 Cooperative Program Prayer Em- 
phasis in Churches 



18-19 Annual Assoc. - Gaston Baptis 
19-20 Father-Son RA Camp (6,7, & 
year olds) - CaRAway 

21 American Bible Society Day 

23 Church Building Conf. - Gastoni 

24 Cooperative Program Prayer Em- 
phasis in Churches 

29 WMU Workshop, 7-9 - Mt. Zioi 
31 Cooperative Program Prayer Em- 
phasis in Churches 

NOVEMBER 
3- 5 Fall BSU Conv. - Ridgecrest 
5- 11 RA Week in Churches 
12-14 Baptist State Conv. - Ashevill 
16-17 Acteen Assoc. Officers' Retreat 
Mundo Vista 
19 Assoc. M- Night 
21-25 International Student Conf. 
Ridgecrest 

22 THANKSGIVING DAY 

25 Baptist Children's Homes Offerinj 

29 Baptist Children's Homes Offering 

DECEMBER j 

2- 9 Week of Prayer for Foreign Misn 

sions & Lottie Moon Christmas 

Offering 

10 Ministers & Wifes Annual Dinne: 

19 Convention- wide Carol Sing in th^ 

Churches 
25 CHRISTMAS DAY 

30 Student- Night- At- Christmas 

Coming Event - Plan now to participate 
World Missions Conf. - Gaston Assoc. 
Sept. 28 - Oct. 3, 1975 

EASTER SOUTHERN CONVENTIO^ 

'74 - 4/14 '74 - Dallas 6/11-14 

'75 - 3/30 '75 - Miami B. 6/9-13 

'76 - 4/18 '76 - Norfolk 6/ 



HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST 
DURING ASSOCIATION YEAR 

ALEXANDER MEMORIAL - Bricked & Air-conditioned church. Dedication service fo 

the building. 
BELMONT, EAST - Began bus ministry, observed 60th anniversary with Pictoria 

Directory. Church yards resodded, concret driveway & sidewalks added. Begai 

Scholarship Fund. 
BESSEMER CITY. FIRST - 75th Anniversary. 



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BESSEMER CITY, SECOND - Church debt paid off. Purchased Parsonage. 

3ETHANY - Bus Ministry. 

3ETHLEHEM - Mr. & Mrs. Edd Gree gave us a church building, we moved it to our 

property for "Fellowships" cost of $5,000. 
3INGHAM - Purchased Parsonage, Purchased Organ. 
::ALVARY - Carpeted Nursery and Pastor's Study. Purchased mimeograph machine. 

Painted church exterior. Purchased two buses and started bus ministry. Repaired 

walks and air-conditioned nursery. 
CATAWBA HEIGHTS - Another bus purchased and bus ministry started. Expanded 

parking lot and graded out ball field. 
CENTERVIEW - Started Bus Ministry. 
: ICLEVELAND HEIGHTS - Ordination - Rev. Jack Rose. 
kfcRAMERTON, WEST - Remodeling of Sunday School rooms, addition of a church 

steeple, new pews and carpeting in sanctuary. 
DALLAS - Air-conditioned education building. 
FLINT- GROVES - Rev. William A. Wallace begins new ministry. 
FRIENDSHIP - Remodeled fello ws hip bldg., purchased a bus, employed summer worker. 
HIGH SHOALS - Note Burning Service. 

HOLLAND MEMORIAL - Annual Homecoming was observed. 
LORAY - Lay Evangelism Outreach Program started. Installation of Memorial curtain 

in Baptistry. Installation of Memorial sound system. Homeconung observed in 

September. 
MIDWAY - Church bus evangelism, Church building program. 
ImODENA street " Recreational facilities started for youth and children. 
iNORTH MAIN - Fellowship building. 
iNORTHSIDE - Renovated Sunday School rooms, installed attic fan and paved our 

100' X 200' parking lot. 
PARKWOOD - New Rodgers 220 organ paid for and dedicated. Rev. Richard Hicks 

called as Associate pastor. 
PLAINVIEW - Burgess Vincent ordination for ministry. 
RIDGE - Parsonage was paid off September, 1972. 
{riverside - Voted to enter $86,000 building program. 
: SANDY PLAINS - Kindergarten for five year olds. 

I SEVENTH AVENUE - Organized two new choirs and purchased robes. Repainted inside 
I of building, 

SHADY GROVE - Note burning service. 
SPRINGFIELD - Organized church 10/10/71. Construction started on education building 

and sanctuary 3/28/72. 
STOWE MEMORIAL - Installed intercoms in homes of 4 wheelchair members, at 

expense of approx. $70.00. 
UNITY (B) - Installed intercom in Nursery. Planted shrubbery for the new parsonage, 

also replaced some around church. Had Homecoming in September. Bought new 

furniture for the Nursery. Painted the interior of the Educational building. 
UNITY (G) - In June 1972 church voted to purchase house at 2023 Echo Lane, to be 

used as Parsonage. 
WOODLAWN - Installing intercom system into Beam's Nursing Home. 



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Associational Directory 

J I. OFFICERS 1972-73 

Moderator W. Elvin Jones, 412 Church St., Belmont, 2801| 

Vice Moderator Glenn Caldwell, Sr., Rt. 2, Box 227, Gastonia, 28051 

Clerk Claude Connell. 1003 E. Catawba St., Belmont, 280r,| 

Treasurer Fred D. West, 539 Downey PL, Gastonia, 2805 

Parliamentarian A. A. Bailey, 101 E. Texas Ave., Bessemer City, 2801i 

Librarian Roland Flower, Rt. 2, Box 665, Dallas, 2803. 

Evangelism Chmn Charles Carter, Box 516, Cherryville, 2802; 

Assn. Exec. Board Chmn Frank Taylor, Rt. 2, Cherryville, 2802;! 

Stewardship Comm. Chmn Dan Blair, Box 223, Lowell, 2809: 

Historian Guy Walker, 701 Littlejohn Ave., Gastonia, 280a 

Missions Comm. Chmn Jerry Lethco, Rt. 2, Box 711, Bessemer City, 2801( 

Nominating Comm. Chmn Gerald Campbell, 500 Church St., Belmont, 280L 

Sunday School Dir Marvin Willis, 4816 Union Rd., Gastonia, 280a 

Church Training Dir Harry McCall, 117 N. Patrick St., Gastonia, 2805'/ 

Brotherhood Dir George Pettigrew, 231 Holly Ave., Gastonia, 2805'. 

WMU Dir Mrs. Yates Craig, P.O. Box 296, Stanley, 2816^ 

Music Dir Kenneth Denton, 505 N. Hawthorne St., Mt. Holly, 2812( 

IL TRUSTEES 

H.F. Lovingood, Cecil Withers, Truett Smith 

• ' III. COMMITTEES 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

1973 " Ray Seisms, Forest Roberts, Sr., Frank Taylor, Chrmn. 

1974 - Richard Hicks, Red West, Mack Pressley 

1975 - Eleanor Craig, B.L Epting, Roland Simmons 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

1973 - Mrs. Troy Bishop, John "Ike" Isenhour 

1974 - John Kinnaman, Worth Bras well, Chrmn. 

1975 - C. Harry Huss, J.D. Williams 

ORDINATION 

1973 - E.J. Rumfelt, Douglas Aldrich . " 

1974 - Stanley Howard, Chrmn., John Kale 

1975 - Glenn Caldwell, Guy Cabiness 

NOMINATING 

1973 - L.A. Gable, Jr., Gerald Campbell, Chrmn. 

1974 - Guy Walker, Johnny Enloe 

1975 - Dwight Beam, Ray England 

MISSIONS ■ ^. 

1973 - Jerry Lethco, Chrmn., Mrs. Wade Glenn 

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974 - Lowell Spivey, Gene Frady 
IL975 - Mrs. John (Carol) Keener, 
Mrs. Joe (Ellen) Moore 

STEWARDSHIP 
L973 - Dan Blair, Chrmn. 
L974 - Max Craig 
L975 - M.O. Owens, Jr. 

EVANGELISM 

1973 - W. Flay Payne 

1974 - Charles Carter, Chrmn. 

1975 - James Barnes 



ICHRISTIAN LIFE & PUBLIC AFFAIRS 
!1973 - Charles Meares 

1974 - W.H. "Bill" Rucker 

1975 - Bill Wallace, Chrmn. 

I RESOLUTIONS 

1973 - W.W. Black 

1974 - Mrs. Gerald (Patsy) Campbell 

Chrmn. 

1975 - Jesse Ballew 

PROGRAM 

1973 - Charles High 

1974 - James Revis, Chrmn. 

1975 - Glain Pennell 

ASSOCIATIONAL PROPERTY 

1973 - Mrs. Richard Hicks 

1974 - Mrs. Paul Moss 

1975 - Love Dixon, Chrmn. 



CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 

1973 - Wade McKnight 

1974 - A. A. Bailey, Chrmn. 

1975 - Fred Crisp 

SPECIAL COMMITTEE 
South Mountain Camp 

Garland Early, Chrmn. 

Lonnie Bryson, Ladd Maxwell 

CAMP COMMITTEE 
J.C. Smith 
Frank Taylor 
Love Dixon 
Richard Hicks 

APPOINTED BY MODERATOR 
Committee- on- Committees 

Lathan Wright, E.G. Powell 

Marvin Willis, Chrmn. 

Ronnie Berckman 

Ralph Kerley, Mitchell Pruitt 



APPOINTED BY MODERATOR 
Committee- on- Committees 

Lathan Wright 

E.G. Powell 

Marvin Willis, Chrmn. 

Ronnie Berckman 

Ralph Kerley 

Mitchell Pruitt 



IV. SUNDAY SCHOOL AND CHURCH TRAINING 



SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTOR Marvin Willis 

Teaching Improvement Dir Phillip Duncan 

Outreach Director Richard Hicks 

V.B.S. Director Glain Pennell 

Adult Director Garland Early 

Youth Director Larry Keaton 

Children' s Director Bill Pearson 

Pre- school Director Patsy Campbell 

CHURCH TRAINING DIRECTOR Harry McCall 

V. WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION DIRECTOR Mrs. Yates Craig 

Baptist Women Director Mrs. Don Westmoreland 

Baptist Young Women Director Mrs, Fred West 

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Acteen Director Mrs. Doris Ann Rowlanc 

Girls in Action Director Mrs. Jimmy Champior 

Mission Friends Director Mrs. Bill Wilson 

Treasurer Mrs. W.W. Daves 

Secretary Mrs . Jo Ann Pressleyi 

Council Advisor Mrs. Jerry Strickland 

Orthopedic Hospital Director Mrs. Margie Erwln 

Literacy Chairman Mrs. W.W. Daves 

Nominating Committee: Mrs. Dennis Russell, Mrs. Carrie Warren, Mrs. Jerry 

Strickland 
Scholarship Committee: Mrs. Clyde Martin, Mrs. L.B. Bass 

VI. MUSIC 

MUSIC DIRECTOR Ken Denton 

VII. BROTHERHOOD 

BROTHERHOOD DIRECTOR George Pettigrew 

Royal Ambassador Leader Johnny Mangum j 

R.A. Baseball Commissioner Clarence Morris \ 

Asst. Commissioner Gene Baughman 

I 
VIII. REPRESENTATIVES FOR INSTITUTIONS, AGENCIES I 

! 

Homes for Aging Jerry Lethco J 

Children' s Homes William Brown i 

Hospital John Campbell I 

Christian Education Eugene Johns ; 

SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS 

Rev. Hoyle Allred 3039 Gardner Park Dr., Gastonia 

OFFICE SECRETARY 

Mrs. Hoyle Allred 3039 Gardner Park Dr., Gastonia, 28052 

Denise Kenner Clerical Assistant 

Mrs. Judy Cook , , Part-time Secretary 

CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRY WORKERS 

Rev. Yates Campbell, 1607 Rankin Lake Rd., Gastonia, 28052 Director 

Mrs. Harold Strickland 408 S. Marietta St., Gastonia, 28052 

Director of Gaston Baptist Center 
Mrs. Larry (Kitty) Keaton 718 Maple St., Gastonia, 28052 

Director of Mission Action 
Mrs. Jerry (Lou) Lethco Rt. 1, Box 405, Bessemer City, 28016 

Director of Case Worker 
Mrs. Dorothy Almond, Box 715, Cramerton, 28032 ....Teacher - Day Care Center 
Mrs. Margaret Updegraff, 1542 Poston Circle, Gastonia, 28052 . . . Teacher - Day Care 

Center 
C.B. Mills. 1605 Rankin Lake Rd., Gastonia, 28052 Care Taker 

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MOTTO 

"Ephphras, who is one of you, a Servant of Christ, sahiteth you, always laboring 
fervently with you in prayer, that ye may stand perfect and complete in all the will 
of God." Co. 4:12. 

(Adopted at the Organization of the Association, November 4, 1919) 

GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 
All pastors are members of the General Board 

ALEXANDER MEMORIAL Joe Messer, Albert Huffstickler 

ALEXIS Lee Stroupe, Vance Sadler 

ANTHONY GROVE Frank Sain, Hubert McSwain 

BELMONT, EAST Gerald Campbell, Max Robinson 

BELMONT, FIRST Claude Smith, James Parham 

BEREA Lee Hoyle, Johnny Stainback 

BESSEMER CITY, FIRST Harold Robinson, Calvin May 

BESSEMER CITY, SECOND Mrs. J.B. Bowen, Mrs. Betty Meadows 

BETHANY J.T. Braswell 

BETHEL J.D. Beam, W.L. Stroupe 

' BETHLEHEM Ronnie Berckman, Edd Herms 

BINGHAM O.T. Polk, Stanley Waters 

'CALVARY Herman Lane, B.J. Deaton 

CATAWBA HEIGHTS J.C. Scott, Boyce J. Duncan 

CHAPEL GROVE Mrs. Delene Russell 

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS Jimmy Calloway, David Melton 

' COMMUNITY Royce Hart, Charles Jones 

CRAMERTON, FIRST R.M. Pence, Hoyt Hudson 

I CRAMERTON, WEST F.M. Brandon, Huey Poole 

I DALLAS Ernest Penley, Lathan Wright 

\ FAIRVIEW Fred Chastain, Don Conrad 

I FLINT GROVES George McSwain, Jr., Donald McGinnis 

' FRIENDSHIP J. Edd Morrow 

;| GAMBLE HILL Wm. E. Ledford 

1 GASTON Edward Causby, John Howard 

I GASTONIA, EAST Mrs. & Mrs. A.B. Clayton 

: GASTONIA, FIRST J. Furman Lewis, Forest Roberts, Sr. 

I GRACE Marvin Free, George Rhyne, G.B, Talley 

HARDIN Claude Hovis, Frank Steelman 

HICKORY GROVE Lloyd Abernathy, Ed. Almond 

HOLLAND MEMORIAL J.D. Lowe, James Conrad 

LAKEVIEW Dan Rhodes, Dick Shelton 

LONG CREEK MEMORIAL James Hovis, Winfred Addington 

LORAY Buford Blanton, Joe Styers 

LOVE MEMORIAL Wade Putnam, Wilford Sutton 

McADENVILLE Norman Hicks 

MACEDONIA Rufus Bell, Lennell Kennum 

MODENA STREET Darry Worrells, EltonWallace 

MOUNT BEULAH Dean Baker, Jack Garrett 

MOUNT SECOND Norman Stringer, L.L, Brown 

MOUNT ZION John Lee Black, David McSwain 

NORTHSIDE Orville Kirkland, James Hayes 

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PARKWOOD J.C. Smith, Cliff Broome 

PLAINVIEW Columbus Smith, Bill Gholson 

RANKIN LAKE David Gribble, Herman Reeves 

RANLO Sherman Long, W.A. Smith 

RIDGE Guy Grain, Harold Lunsford 

RIDGEVIEW W.T. Greene, J,A. Walls 

RIVERSIDE Nick Parton, Don Rhyne 

SALEM - Thomas McGill, Raymond Franklin ! 

SANDY PLAINS W.L- Beaty, Fred Farrar 

SHADY GROVE Bill Mauney, J.P. Hord 

SOUTH MARIETTA STREET Horace Rhodes, Cecil Withers 

SOUTH POINT Welburn Johnson, Craig Auten, Douglas Ewing 

STANLEY, FIRST Robert Stroupe, Max Craig 

STOWE MEMORIAL W alter Garnette, John Lawing 

SUNSET FOREST Lewis W. Hagans, Thomas Crider 

TEMPLE D. Parker Snyder, Dean Stewart 

TUCKASEEGE Curtis Smith, George Avery 

UNITY (B) Fred Helton, John Coins 

UNITY (G) Carl Whitesides, Frank Young 

WOODLAWN R.L. Culbreth, Max Earley 

MESSENGERS 

ALEXANDER MEMORIAL - C.W. Robinson, P.W. Bailey, D.R. Kerley. 

ALEXIS - Mrs. Lee Stroupe, Mrs. Bobby Payne, Stanley Howard, Saintie Hand, Lee 

Stroupe, Chaplain H.C. Hand, Mrs. Austin Abernathy. 
ANTHONY - Mrs. F.J. McSwain, Mrs. J.C. Rudisill, John A. Kale. 
BELMONT, EAST - W. Elvin Jones, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Campbell, Mrs. CM. Cody, 

Mrs. Max Robinson, Essie M. Ewing, Mrs. Georgia Hardin, 
BELMONT, FIRST - Alex Hegenbart, Mr. & Mrs. Walter Long, James Parham. 
BEREA - Mrs. Minnie Cagle, Mr. & Mrs. G.H. Caldwell, Sr., Mrs. Velma Crowe. 
BESSEMER CITY, FIRST - Floyd Noblett, Claudie F. Lipford, Mrs. Rhea K. Lewis, A.A. 

Bailey, Donald C. Anderson, Claude F. Lipford. 
BESSEMER CITY, SECOND - Mr. & Mrs. Larry Robbins, Mr. & Mrs. Joe Meadows, 

Etta Costner. 
BETHANY - Kathy Gibson, Jack Gibson, Mrs. Troy Thomas, Troy Thomas, Mr. & 

Mrs. Everett Biddix, Mr. & Mrs. James McKnight. 
BETHEL - Mr. & Mrs. Herman Bell, Kathleen Pryor. 
BETHLEHEM - R. Love Dixon 
BINGHAM MEMORIAL - Mr. & Mrs. O.T. Polk, Sr., Ethel V. Farmer, Betty Ford, Ray 

W. England, Mr. & Mrs. Grover Hunts inger. 
CALVARY - Mr. & Mrs. B.I. Epting, Flora Bagwell, Mrs. E.T. Eaker, Herman W. Lane, 

Woodrow Hardin, Billy Joe Deaton. 
CATAWBA HEIGHTS - Rhonda Noler, Mrs. Calvin W. Helton, Logan Huffstetler, 

Max Pendleton, Paulette H. Duncan. 
CENTERVIEW - Jess Ballew, Mrs. R.W. Beaty, Mable C. Beaty, Mrs. Annie Ledbetter. 
CHAPEL GROVE - Harold Turner, Robert Steadham, Mrs. E.V.Williams, W.F. Monroe. 
CHERRY VILLE, FIRST - Paul D. Robins, Charles Q. Carter, Albert Leath, Jr. 
CHERRYVILLE, SECOND - Dewey D. Lynn, Franklin Hartman. 
CHESTNUT RIDGE - Mr. & Mrs. Millard Putnam, Mr. & Mrs. L.F. Chastain, Mitchel 

M. Pruitt. 

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1 CLEVELAND HEIGHTS - Mr. & Mrs. J.E. Halcomb, Mrs. Howard Jones. 
! COMMUNITY - R,S. Simmons. 
CRAMERTON, FIRST - Mrs. D.M. Ballard, Essie Hilland, Eugene E. Johns, Mr. & Mrs. 

W.S. Haynie, Mr. & Mrs. Howard A. Price, Mr. & Mrs. Don Almond. 
CRAMERTON, WEST - Edith Pryor, F.M. Brandon. 
, DALLAS - Mr. & Mrs. Mitchell Carr, Worth Bras well, Donald S. Caldwell. 
i FAIRVIEW - Mr. & Mrs. Grady McFee, W.F. Payne, Mrs. G.K. Robinson. 
^ FLINT- GROVES - Mr. & Mrs. John E. Christopher, Lottie Brackett, Paul Hansell, 

Susan Allred, Docia Warren, William A. Wallace. 
FRIENDSHIP - Mr. & Mrs. Sam O. Stevenson. 
GAMBLE HILL - Larry E. Frady. 

GASTON - Ronnie T. Grant, P.J, James, Coit Ray, Jr. 
GASTONIA, EAST - A.B. Clayton. 
i GASTONIA, FIRST - Mr. & Mrs, Forrest C. Roberts, Sr., Mr. & Mrs. Larry Keaton, 
I Mr. & Mrs. E.W. Brockman, Fred D. West, Mrs. William Wilson, A.B. Hammett. 
I GRACE - Joe A. Campbell, George S. Rhyne. 
1 HICKORY GROVE - Ralph B. Carpenter. 
HIGH SHOALS - Mrs. H.M. Abernethy, Marie C. High, Mrs. K. Daniel, Philip Welchel, 

Jo Ann Gee. 
LAKEVIEW - Bill Flowers, E. Ray Seism. 

LONG CREEK MEMORIAL - Fred Crisp, Harold Ellis, Mrs. Mary McGinnis. 
LORAY - Mr. & Mrs. Yates Campbell, Mr. & Mrs. J. A, Waldrep. Mr. & Mrs. George 

Hawkins, Mr. & Mrs. L.M. Jenkins, Sr., Mrs. Thelma Turner, Glain S. Pennell, 

Mrs. Blanche Hovis. 
LOVE MEMORIAL - Mrs. Betty Baumgarner, Joyce Reneau, John Kinnanian, 
LOWELL, FIRST - A.E. Clemmer, Dan Blair, James Riley, Ralph McMahan. 
McADENVILLE - Billy R. Miller. 
MACEDONIA - Mr. & Mrs. S. Guy Cabaniss, Elease Cole, Mrs. Helen Conner, Maxine 

Allen. 
MIDWAY - Mr. & Mrs. Lester F. Panther. 
MODENA STREET - J. Frank Hudspeth. 
MOUNT BEULAH - Mr. & Mrs. SamStroup, Mr.&Mrs. Victor McSwain, Dean Moffitt, 

Jerry D. Lethco. 
MOUNT HOLLY, FIRST - Mrs. Michael Henderson, Ken Denton, J.D.Williams, Robert 

Deese, Margaret K. Banks, Mrs. C.W. Fuller, Mrs. F.H. Abernethy, Mrs. Ellen Dunn, 

Mrs. Baxter Mclntoch, Mrs. Walter Baker. 
MOUNT HOLLY, SECOND - Mr. & Mrs. C.C. Roberts, J. Garland Early, Laura Wilkie, 

Mrs. Walker Stilwell, Mrs. Ted McGee. 
MOUNT ZION - Sally Helms, Alpha Huffman, LA.-Gable, Mr.& Mrs. Marshall Craig. 
NEW LIFE - Johnny Enloe. 

NORTH MAIN - Ted Bell, Mrs. Patti Collier, Mrs. Ila Lanier, 
NORTHSIDE - Mr. & Mrs. C.V. Carver, Thelma Anderson, William H, Davis, Maudie 

Cole, Mrs. Dianne Boyd, 
OAK GROVE ~ Claudie Whitworth, Mrs. J. M, McSwain, Thomas C, Ayers. 
PARKWOOD - M, O. Owens, Jr., Mrs, Jerry Strickland. 
PLAINVIEW - Carole S. Keener, I.D. Phillips, Mrs. W.B. Gholson. 
PROVIDENCE - Mrs. J.B. Towery, Harold E. Fite. 
RANKIN LAKE - David Gribble, Edwin Jackson, Clarence L. Blake, Mrs. Charles A. 

Mears. 
RIDGE - Mr. & Mrs. Westle S. Johnson, R.B. Burleson. 
RIVERSIDE - Geneva Giles, Georgia Meachum, Mrs. H.D. Brown. 
ROBINWOOD - Mr. & Mrs. Girlie R. Davis. 



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SALEM - Mrs. Ruth Peek. 

SANDY PLAINS - Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Willis, Fred Denton, Lois Best, Frances Beaty, 

Mrs. Monnie Roberts. 
SHADY GROVE - Mr. & Mrs. H.F. Lovingood, Mr. & Mrs. Tommy J. Haynes, Frank 

Hoyle, Frank Taylor, R.M. Kiser. 
SOUTH MARIETTA STREET - Mr. & Mrs. A.C. Baumgardner, Mr. & Mrs. Cecil 

Withers, Mrs, C.E. Moss. 
SOUTH POINT - Mr. & Mrs. J.G. Bailey. 
STANLEY, FIRST - Mrs. Yates Craig, Robert E. Stroupe, Mr. & Mrs. H.C. Mungo, 

Charles H. High. 
STOWE MEMORIAL - Mr. & Mrs. George L. Willis. 
SUNNYSIDE - I.E. Campbell, Eugene Passmore, Raymond Short. 
SUNSET FOREST - Florine Pressley, Millie Carrigan, Florence Abee, J. Fred King. 
TEMPLE - D. Parker Synder. 

TUCKASEEGE - R. Mack Pressley, Arthur Orren. '' 

UNITY (B) - Mr. & Mrs. Claude Connell, Mrs. Belle Wall, Fred Helton, Mrs. John 

Coins, Mrs. Sam Greene. 
UNITY (G) - Mr. & Mrs. M.R. Armstrong, Mr. & Mrs. W.T. Snipes, Mr. & Mrs. L.E. 

Hartman, Mrs. Cora Crenshaw, Mrs. Lela Braswell, Carroll Rhyne, Mrs. Pauline ) 

Shults, Mrs. M.L. Walters, 
WEBB'S CHAPEL - Mrs. Ethel Crawford, Dorothy Fitch, Mrs. Evelyn Isaac, Mrs. 

Sherian Hartman, Johnnie Perry. \ 

WOODLAWN - Wade McKnight, 

There were 284 registered messengers with 73 churches represented and 117 
visitors. 

Constitution 

,^ . PREAMBLE 

We, the Missionary Baptist Churches of Jesus Christ, composing the Gaston Bap- 
tist Association, convinced of the necessity of an association of churches in order 
to promote fellowship, missions education. Christian service, the preaching of the 
gospel, and to cooperate with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and the 
Southern Baptist Convention in their work, do hereby agree and subscribe to the fol- 
lowing articles. 

Article I. NAME 

The name of the body shall be the Gaston Baptist Association of North Carolina. 

Article 11. MEMBERSHIP 

The membership of the Association shall be composed of the pastors of all 
member churches, and three messengers from each church for the first one hundred 
members or fraction thereof, and one additional messenger from each church for each 
additional one hundred members or major fraction thereof, provided that no church 
shall have more than ten messengers in addition to the pastor. Such messengers shall 
be duly certified to in the annual letter sent by the church to the annual meeting of 
the Association. 

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i Article III. AUTHORITY 

This Association claims to be independent and sovereign in its own sphere, but 
shall never attempt to exercise any authority over the internal affairs of the churches. 

Article IV. MEETINGS 

j The Association shall meet annually on Thursday after the third Sunday in October 
and continue for two days or longer in the judgement of the Program Conniiittee, sub- 
jject to the approvalof the Association, The time of the annual meeting may be chang- 
jed, or special meetings may be called by the Executive Committee, provided two 
weeks notice is given to the member churches, - < , 

j : " Article V. OFFICERS 

The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice-Moderator, Clerk. 
Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Historian, Librarian and three trustees. They shall be 
elected by the Association in its annual meetings and shall serve until their succes- 
sors are elected. Vacancies occurring between annual meetings shall be filled by the 
Executive Committee, except the office of Moderator, in which the Vice-Moderator 
shall automatically become Moderator. 

j Article VI. ORGANIZATIONS 

The Association shall encourage and promote such associational organizations 
as Sunday School, Training Union, Woman's Missionary Union, Brotherhood. Music 
I and such other organizations which are in keeping with the purpose of this Association, 
1 with their full staffs and programs necessary for the promotion of the work. The 
ij officers of these organizations shall be elected by the Association in its annual 
{I meetings and shall serve until their successors are elected. Vacancies occurring 
Ij between annual meetings shall be filled by the Promotional Committee. 

Article VII. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

The Association shall have an Associational Board composed of the Officers of 
the Association, the Associational Sunday School Director, the Associational Director 
of Church Training, the Associational W.M.U. Director, the Associational Brother- 
hood Director, the Associational Music Director, the senior pastors of the member 
churches and two members from each member church to be elected by the church. 
The two members from each church shall be duly certified in the annual church let- 
ter. Associate pastors, ministers of youth, music, and education may attend as non- 
voting members. 

Article VIII. COMMITTEES 

The Moderator shall appoint at the annual meeting of the Association a Com- 
mittee on Committees, consisting of six members of whom not less than two shall 
be other than pastors at all times. 

The Association shall have the following standing Committees, along with other 
committees authorized by the Association or the Associational Board. 

1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the Moderator, chairman of 

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the Promotion Committee, the chairman of the Finance Committee, the chairman of 
the Missions Committee, the chairman of the Properties Committee, the chairman of 
the Constitution Committee apd nineother members of whom not less than three shall 
be other than pastors at all times. 

2. The Promotional Committee shall be composed of the Vice- Moderator who 
shall serve as chairman, the chairman of the Executive Committee, and the organiza- 
tional leaders as provided in Article VI. 

3. The Finance Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not less 
than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

4. The Missions Committee shall be composed of six members of whom not less 
than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

5. The NominatingCommittee shall be composed of six members of whom not less 
than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

6. The Program Committeeshallbecomposed of three members of whom not less 
than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

7. The Resolution's Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not | 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

8. The Stewardship Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 

9. The Evangelism Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

10. The Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee shall be composed of 
three members of whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

11. The Properties Committee shall be composed of three members of whom not 
less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. ' 

12. The Ordination Committee shall be composed of six pastors. ! 

13. The Constitution Committee shall be composed of three members. 

Article IX. NEW CHURCHES I 

The Association may receive other churches into its fellowship upon receipt of 
letters of dismissions from other like associations. It may also receive newly con- 
stituted churches whose Articles of Faith harmonize with the generally accepted 
Articles of Faith among Southern Baptists. Any newly organized church applying for 
membership in the Association shall be received under the watchcare for a period of 
time sufficient to prove, through practice and attitutde, its place as a cooperating 
Baptist church. A church, upon organization, may apply for membership through the 
Executive Committee of the Association. If, in the judgment of the Missions Com- 
mittee, such church has met the requirements stated above, the Missions Committee 
may recommend at the next annual meeting that such church be received into the 
full fellowship of the Association. During this period of watchcare such churches 
shall be entitled to all rights and privileges of the Association except that their 
members shall not hold office nor vote. 

Article X. DISCIPLINE 

Any church failing to report the annual letter to the Association, or failing to be 
represented at the annual meeting, or failing to contribute worthily to Associational 
and Denominational Missions, for two consecutive years, shall be notified by the 
Executive Committee that if their failure is not remedied by the next annual meeting, 
recommendation shall be made to remove said church from the membership in the 
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Article XI. CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES 

This Constitution may be amended at any annual meeting of the Association by 

a two- thirds majority of the messengers present on the second day. at a time provided 

iby the Program Committee, provided the proposed amendment has been presented 

jto the Executive Committee in writing at least thirty days prior to the annual meeting 

i and provided the proposed amendment is read to the Association on the first day of 

I the annual meeting. 

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Article XIL QUORUM 
Messengers from twenty-five percent of the churches enrolled as members of the 
Association shall constitute a quorum. 

By-Laws 

By-Law I. Parliamentary Rules 

The Parliamentary authority of the Association shall be Roberts Rules of Order 
(latest revised edition). 

By-Law II. Associational Year 

The Associational year shall begin October 1 and close September 30. 
By-Law IIL Meetings 

The regular meetings of the Association shall be held at such places as may be 
decided by the Association in regular session. Special meetings or change of places 
that may become necessary shall be decided by the Executive Committee. Each 
session of the Association shall be opened and closed with prayer. 
By-Law IV. Duties of Officers 

1. The Moderator shall preside over the meetings of the Association according to 
the Constitution and By-Laws, and appoint a Committee on Committees. He shall 
be chairman of the Associational Board, member of the Executive Committee, and 
shall be an ex-officio member of all other committees. He shall be ineligible to 
succeed himself after the second successive term. 

2. The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the pleasure of the 
Moderator, and shall be vice-chairman of the Associational Board and chairman of 
the Promotional Committee. 

3. The Clerk shall send annual report forms to the member churches at least 
thirty days prior to the annual Associational meeting, keep an accurate record of the 
proceedings of the Association, supervise the printing and the distributing of the 
minutes to the member churches, subject to the approval of the Executive Committee, 
keep on file copies of the minutes, records and other documents of the Association, 
and serve as Secretary of the Associationaal Board. For these services the clerk may 
receive an honorarium annually to be decided by the Association. 

4. The Treasurer shall receive and bank all funds of the Association in the 
name of the Association, disburse the same upon instructions from the Association, 
its Associational Board or as designated in the budget; render an accurate report of 
receipts and disbursements at the annual meeting, give a report at each quarterly 
Associational Board meeting; audit the Executive Committee when requested by that 
committee; and keep books available and up to date for examination. For mutual 
protection the Treasurer shall be bonded in such an amount as the Executive Com- 
mittee shall direct. For these services the Treasurer may receive an honorarium 
annually to be decided by the Association. 

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5. The Parliamentarian shall advise and assist the Moderator and the Association 
with respect to all matters involving proper parliamentary procedure. 

6. The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on the Association 
and its churches, and shall present a written report at each annual meeting of the 
Association. 

7. The Librarian shall direct and supervise the Library Program of the Association 
and have charge of the Associational Library, and shall present a written report at each 
annual meeting of the Association. 

8. The three Tmstees shall hold and preserve properly the titles to all property, 
or properties, of the Association, whether real or otherwise, and shall execute such 
transfers of title, or signatures, as may be authorized by the Association or Associa- 
tional Board. 

By-Law V. Duties of Organizational Leaders 

1. The Associational Sunday School Superintend ant shall promote and supervise 
the Sunday School Program of the Association, and shall be responsible for the ? 
direction of the Vacation Bible School work of the Association in cooperation with 
the Promotional Director. 

2. The Associational Training Union Director shall promote and supervise the I 
Training Union Program of the Association in cooperation with the Promotional 
Director. 

3. The Associational Woman's Missionary Union President shall promote and 
supervise the Woman's Missionary Union Program of the Association in cooperation 
with the Promotional Director and in keeping with the Constitution and By-Laws of 
Woman's Missionary Union of Gaston Baptist Association. 

4. The Associational Brotherhood President shall promote and supervise the 
Brotherhood Program of the Association in cooperation with the Promotional Director. 

5. The Associational Music Director shall promote and supervise the Music 
Program of the Association in cooperation with the Promotional Director. 

By-Law VI. The Associational Board 

The Associational Board shall ho Id four quarterly meetings and others as necessary, 
and present a written report to the Association at its annual meeting. It shall be the 
duty of the Associational Board to act for the Association in the interim between 
annual meetings. It shall carry out the policies and will of the Association. 

"One or more members of the Board from each of thirty percent of the churches 
enrolled as members of the Association shall constitute a Cfuorum." 

By-Law VII. Duties of Committees 

1. The Committee on Committees shall nominate the members of the several 
standing committees (except the Promotional Committee) and present them for 
election by the Association, fill any vacancies that may occur between annual 
meetings; and appoint special committees that may be authorized by the Association 
or its Associational Board. 

2. The Executive Committee shall administer all matters committed to it by the 
Association or its Associational Board and decide on routine and emergency matters 
between sessions of the Associational Board. It shall initiate and recommend matters 
concerning business management and approve the employment of all personnel except 
the Promotional Director, and Director of Christian Social Ministries. It shall accept 
applications for membership in the Association from newly constituted churches and 

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nay receive said churches under watchcare until the next annual meeting. It shall 
provide annually for an audit of the Treasurer's records and report the condition of 
:he financial records to the Association. It shall give full guidance and direction to 
:he Promotional Director and Director of Christian Social Ministries in formulating 
Dlans and promoting the work of the Association in general. It shall meet monthly 
3ut a quorum of seven shall be necessary to transact business. 

3. The Promotional Committee shall coordinate the activities of the Associational 
Drganizations and plan and promote an Associational calendar of activities. It shall 
Tieet at least once per quarter. 

4. The Finance Committee shall plan and present to the Association an annual 
pudget. It shall have the general oversight and administration of the financial affairs 
of the Association. 

5. The Missions Committee shall survey communities which appear to be in 
need of new Baptist work and ministry; seek to enlist churches to sponsor new work 
in such communities; give guidance and counsel in procuring temporary and permanent 
sites for locating such work in accord with Associational policy; and make recom- 
mendations to the Association or its Associational Board as to the missionary needs 
jwhich might be best met through cooperative efforts. It shall advise with any group 
Icons idering a new church and assist in organizing new churches. It shall make 
recommendations to the Association concerning all churches under watchcare. 

6. The Nominating Committee shall nominate at the annual meeting of the 
Association the officers of the Association and organizational officers according to 
Articles V and VI of the Constitution and Associational representatives for the 
various institutions and agencies of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

7. The Program Committee shall prepare a printed program for the annual meet- 
ing of the Association which shall be sent to all persons on the program and to all 
pastors at least thirty days before the annual meeting. It shall direct the enrollment 
of the messengers at the annual meeting. It shall recommend the place or places 

I for the next annual meeting and the preacher and alternate for the annual sermon. 
8. The Resolutions Committee shall present to the Association any resolutions 
it may deem wise. All resolutions presented to the Association shall be referred to 
j the Resolutions Committee, except that by a two-thirds vote of the messengers 
present on the first day of the Associational meeting, the rules may be suspended 
l| and a resolution may be taken up for immediate consideration. 
I 9. The Stewardship Committee shall promote the total program of Stewardship 
I within the churches of the Association. It shall assist the Finance Committee in the 
j| promotion of the Associational budget. 

10. The Evangelism Committee shall promote the total program of Evangelism 
within the churches of the Association. 

11. The Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee shall recommend ways in 
which the Association can work for the promotion of civic righteousness and social 
uplift. 

12. The Properties Committee shall have general oversight overall property owned 
or leased by the Association. 

13. The Ordination Committee shall, upon request by a member church, assist 
with the examination and ordination of a candidate for the gospel ministry. 

14. Members of all committees, except the Promotional Committee and the Com- 
mittee on Committees, shall be elected to serve on a rotating basis of not more than 
three years. 

By-Law VIIL Employment Procedures 

The Association shall employ a Promotional Director and a Director of Christian 

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Social Ministries who shall be recommended by the Executive Committee and elect _ 
by the Association or its Associational Board. The Promotional Director shall work 
under the guidance of the Exeutive Committee and serve as an ex officio member of 
all committees. The Director of Christian Social Ministries shall work under the 
guidance of the Promotional Director and serve as an ex-officio member of the Execu- 
tive Committee and Missions Committee. All other employed personnel, as maybe 
provided in the Associational budget, shall be employed by the Executive Committee. 

By-Law IX. Amendments 

Amendments to the By-Laws made at any annual meeting by a majority of the 
messengers present. 

Proceedings ; ^ 

' DIGEST OF PROCEEDINGS OF THE 
GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
THURSDAY OCTOBER 19, 1972 

1. The fifty- fourth Annual Session of The Gaston Baptist Association was held at 
the Unity Baptist Church, Gastonia, and Catawba Heights Baptist, Belmont. 

2. The session was called to order by the moderator, Mr. Love Dixon, at 2:00 P.M. 
The worship periods were under the direction of Mr. Ken Denton, Mount Holly, 

First, using different leaders and singers. 

4. Mr. Don Almond, minister of music at Cramerton, First, led us in the singing 
of the hymn "Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus", followed by scripture and prayer by Mr. 
Spurgeon Havener. He read the thirteenth chapter of First Corinthians. This was 
followed by the singing of "The Publican" by Mr. W.B. McGibney. 

5. The Clerk, Claude Connell, made a motion that the messengers now registered 
and those who will register constitute the Fifty-Fourth Annual Session of the Gaston 
Baptist Association. The motion was seconded and carried. 

6. Mr. Herman Motsinger, Minister of Music and Education, of the host church, 
Unity, gave a word of welcome to the messengers and visitors. 

7. Committee Reports: 

(1) Program Committee: Mr. Charles High, Chairman, made the motion that the 
printed program be the order of business for the Fifty-Fourth Annual Session of The 
Gaston Baptist Association along with any changes that the committee may find 
necessary. It was seconded and carried. 

(2) Missions Committee: Mr. Jerry Lethco, Chairman, made the motion that the 
report as printed in the Book of Reports be adopted. It was seconded and carried. 

Mr. Lethco then made a motion that the Providence Baptist Church of Gastonia 
and Springfield Baptist Church of Dallas be received into full membership and fel- 
lowship of The Gaston Baptist Association. The motion was seconded and carried. 

MISSIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 
• ' By: Jerry D. Lethco 

Each day shows an ever increasing need and urgency for mission action in our 
association. The missions committee striving jointly with Christian Social Ministries 
is attempting to meet this need. 

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The missions committee had no regular schedule of meetings but met as often 
IS was deemed necessary to transact the business at hand. 

Monthly reports were received from the two churches under our watchcare, Provi- 
:^ence Baptist Church and Springfield Baptist Church. These reports were studied and 
j)rogress charts prepared. These charts show that these two groups, being of like 
"aith and order, have the potential of being a great asset to the Lord's work in Gaston 
[bounty. Therefore, we recommend that Providence Baptist Church, Gastonia, N.C., 
and Springfield Baptist Church, Dallas, N.C. be received into full membership and 
['ellowship of the Gaston Baptist Association. 

Respectfully submitted, 
! J.D, Lethco, Chairman 

(3) Nominating Committee: Mr. Gerald Campbell, chairman, made a motion that 
{the committees report be accepted by the body. It was seconded and carried. 

(4) Committee on Committees: Mr. Glenn Caldwell, Chairman, made the motion 
ithat the report be adopted. It was seconded and carried. A question was raised at this 
(point concerning the appointment of theCommittee-on-Committeesby the moderator. 
(According to the Constitution and By-Laws this committee is to be appointed each year 
land not placed on a rotating basis. Mr. M.O. Owens then made a substitute motion that 
the moderator appoint six new members each year and eliminate the rotating system. 

JThe motion was seconded and carried. A vote was called for on the original motion 
and carried. 

(5) Calendar Committee: Mr. Elvin Jones, Chairman, presented a Tentative Calen- 
dar of Activities of 1973. He moved its adoption along with any changes that may 
seem necessary by the committee. It was seconded and carried. 

(6) Stewardship Committee: Mr. Dan Blair, Chairman, gave his report and moved 
its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

8. Mr. M.O. Owens presented some changes in the Constitution and By-Laws. He 
read them the first day as required by the constitution and will present them the second 
Iday for approval by the body. 
(l 9. Organizational Reports: 

(1) Sunday School Reports: Mr. Marvin Willis, Director, gave his report and moved 
jits adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

j (2) Church Training Report: Mr. Harry McCall, Director, named some churches 
jwho are doing outstanding work in Church Training. He stated that when there are 
1 3,000 in training on Sunday night in the Gaston Association the work is not dead. He 
made a motion to adopt the report. It was seconded and carried. 

(3) W.M.U. Report: Mrs. Sibyl Wilson, Director, read her report from the Book of 
Reports. She moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

(4) Brotherhood Report: Mr. Harold Fite, filling in for Mr. George Pettigrew, pre- 
sented the Brotherhood report. He moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

10. The Bus Ministry Report was given by Mr. Hoyle Allred in the absence of Mr. 
James Revis. He moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

BUS MINISTRY REPORT 
The Bus Ministry at West Cramerton Baptist Church 

On the brisk, chilly Sunday morning of October 1, 1972, a deep purple bus loaded 
with children pulled up behind a sky-blue bus just pouring forth its smiling crew at 
West Cramerton Baptist Church. The bus ministry had officially begun! Rev, James 
Barnes clicked his heels in the air for joy, and tears welled up in his eyes as he 

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watched a prayer being abundantly answered. 

Prayers for a bus ministry at West Cramerton had taken legs at a clinic at Derlta 
Baptist Church in Charlotte late in July which several of the members attended. Pro- 
grams were presented to West Cramerton Church members, and volunteer workers 
felt a stirring in their hearts and listed their names to face the enticing challenge. 
The first Sunday in September, an experimental Children's Church was set up with 
the regular youngsters of the church, with Larry Jennings leading the Junior Division 
and Jo Ann Armstrong leading the Primary Division. The attendance was 27, 34, 35, 
and 41 in Children's Church for the four Sundays in September, respectively. 

Then, B Day - BUS Day - approached. On the Saturday morning before the first 
Sunday in October, bus captains, co-captains, and the pastor had breakfast, devotions, 
and prayer together, then set out for literally hours of walking and searching for bus 
riders. Sunday morning early, phones were ringing all over the Cramerton area. ''Good 
morning! This is your bus captain. Remember, we visited you yesterday. We'll be 
around about 9:30 to pick you up this morning. Thank you. See you later." 

The wheels rolled. The workers on the blue bus consisted of captain Mary Ann 
Thomas, co-captains Glen and Eulene Sprinkles, driver David Thomas, and teen 
crusaders Debbie Jones and Ginger Shirley. The purple bus was manned by captains 
Larry and Shirley Jennings, co-captains Phil and Judy Holcomb, and teen crusaders 
Mike Jennings and Libby Waters. 

Miraculously, the buses filled! As they pulled in at the church, there, surprisingly 
enough, stood bus maintenance superintendent L.H. Marsh. Surprisingly enough - be- 
cause he was supposed to be in bed recovering from a serious operation! Yet by God's 
grace he was able to stand in his place on that Sunday. 

Numbers can best tell a part of the story. West Cramerton Baptist Church had an 
average Sunday School attendance this past year of 97. The three Sundays that have 
elapsed since the bus ministry began, the Sunday School attendance has been 171, 
181, and 177! According to the bus committee, which includes Director - Larry Jen- 
nings; Sunday School Superintendent; Phil Holcomb, Maintenance Superintendent L.H. 
Marsh; Martha Club President Eulene Sprinkles; Bus Captain Mary Ann Thomas; and 
Primary Church Leader Jo Ann Armstrong, "This is NO passing thing. We've only 
just begun. To God be the glory!" 

11. A report on weekday ministries was given by Mrs. Hoyle Allred. She explained 
the many and varied ways that the churches of the Gaston Association were serving 
the people of Gaston County. Mrs. Allred moved the adoption of the report. It was 
seconded and carried. 

12. The Golden Years Club, under the direction of Mrs. Gerald Campbell, from 
Belmont, East, presented two special numbers, "When the Saints Go Marching In", 
and "The Church In the Wildwood." 

13. Mrs. Kitty Keaton told of her experiences in a Lay Witnessing Crusade at the 
First Baptist Church, Gastonia. Invited guest were brought in to teach and instruct 
them on witnessing. Following the week of instruction they were sent out to witness 
for Jesus Christ. A great impact was felt among the people of the church. Mrs. Keaton 
also told of her rewarding experience on a trip to England to witness to others about 
Christ. A motion was made to accept her report. It was seconded and carried. 

14. Mr. Hoyle Allred presented a change in By-Law VII. Duties of Committees, 
sub-head number 14 to read as follows, members of all committees, except the 
Promotional Committee and the Committee on Committees shall be elected to serve 
on a rotating basis of not more than three years. A motion was made to accept the 
change. It was seconded and carried. 

16, The Session was dismissed for a break at 3:40 reconvening at 3:55 P.M. 

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17. Mr. Don Almond led in the singing of the hymn, "Blessed Assurance Jesus Is 
Mine." 

18. Miscellaneous Business: 

(1) Mr. Richard Hicks, Chairman of The Camp Committee, reported on what the 
committee has done during the past year. He moved its adoption. It was seconded 
and carried. The camp report follows, 

REPORT OF THE CAMP COMMITTEE 

Last year at our annual meeting, the Association elected J.C. Smith, Frank Taylor, 
Love Dixon and Richard Hicks to serve as a Camp Committee, charging them with 
the responsibility of studying the feasibility of securing property within Gaston County 
to be used as a camp site. 

During the year, this committee has met some ten times, and has attempted to 
look realistically at both the need of and the practicality of such a program for Gaston 
Baptists. Attempting to look some years in the future, your Committee envisions 
that such a program would offer to us almost limitless possibilities for such things 
as training programs, spiritual retreats, organizational encampments of various kinds, 
j with perhaps some type of ministry eventually among homeless children and the 
j senior citizens of our constituency. 

The Camp Committee has looked at some property, and is at present dealing 

with the property owner in an attempt to determine its cost to the Association, in the 

I event that the Association should wish to purchase it. In this regard, it should be 

j understood that no action has been taken, nor shall be, without the approval of the 

; Association. 

The Committee does feel that such a program as that previously mentioned would 
:| enhance greatly the work of our Association and its churches; and, unless otherwise 
' instructed, will continue the work assigned to it in 1971. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Camp Committee 

Richard E. Hicks, chairman 

(2) Special prayer was requested for Mr. A. A. Bailey in the loss of a sister and 
j Mr. E.D. Wells who was hurt in an accident. 

19. Mission Reports: 

(1) Mr. Worth Braswell read the State Mission Report as printed in the Book of 
Reports. He moved its adoption as read. It was seconded and carried. 

(2) Mr. Stan Howard moved the adoption of the Home Missions Report as printed 
in the Book of Reports. It was seconded and carried. 

(3) Mr. Fred West presented the Foreign Missions Report. He moved its adoption. 
It was seconded and carried. 

20. Mr. Hoyle Allred called our attention to the World Missions Conference in the 
Gaston Association September 28 - October 2, 19'.' 5. He urged the churches to com- 
mit themselves now. He also called our attention to items that will appear in the 
November issue of the Associational News Letter, especially to one called "Hot 
Line." 

21. The Treasurer's Report was presented by the Associational Treasurer, Mr. E.W. 
Brockman. He reported a very good year ending September 30, 1972. He moved the 
adoption of the report. It was seconded and carried. 



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AUDITOR'S REPORT 
October 12, 1972 



The Executive Committee . \ . 

Gaston Baptist Association 

Gastonia, North Carolina ,. 

Dear Sirs: ■ - - , ' ' 

We have examined the statements of cash receipts and disbursements of the 
General Fund and the Sinking Fund of the Gaston Baptist Association for the church 
year ended September 30, 1972. Our examination was made in accordance with 
generally accepted auditing standards and accordingly included such tests of the 
accounting records and such other auditing procedures as we considered necessary 
in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, the accompanying statements present fairly the cash receipts and 
disbursements of the General Fund and the Sinking Fund of the Gaston Baptist 
Association for the church year ended September 30, 1972 in accordance with generally! 
accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding! 
year. 

Respectfully submitted, 
■ , ' Butler & Stone 



BUDGET ITEM 



TREASURER'S REPORT 

E. W, Brockman, Treasurer 

SEPTEMBER - 1972 

. PAID THIS MO. PAID TO DATE BUDGET BA 



I. MISSION PROGRAM-CHRISTIAN 
SOCIAL MINISTRIES 
1„ Rent (Bldg. supplied by 
Ozark, Miss, for GWC 

2. Educational Service 

(1) V.B. S. 

(2) Literature &; Supp. 

(3) Socials 

(4) Relief 

3. Equpt. & Maint, 

4. New Center Expansion 

5. Literacy Council 

6. Insurance on Van VW 

7. Volunteer Tr. Prog. 

Total Mission Prog. 4,360.00 

II. SALARIES - . 

8. Supt. of Missions 
9„ Secretary 





140. 20 


19.80 


'- . ■ 


240. 11 


-40. 11 


122. 43 


242.39 


57.61 


152. 78 


2,499.84 


,16 




255^53 


-55.53 


6.10 


500. 00 


-0- 




100. 00 


-0- 




182.30 


17.70 


85.74 


200. 00 


-0- 



367. 11 4, 360. 37 



673. 16 
505. 15 



8. 077. 92 
4,980.00 



- ,37 



08 



■0- 



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10„ a. Director GBC (1/2) 

b. Case worker 

c. Dir. M. A. Pd. by State 
. 11. Custodian 

j 12. Clerk 

Total Salaries 22,301.00 

im. OTHER PERSONNEL EXPENSE 
I 

14. Supt. of Missions 
j 1. Convention 

2. Housing in pymts. 

3. Travel 

4. Health & Life Ins. 

5. Retirennent 
16. CSM Workers 

1. Convention 

2. Travel a. Dir. GWC 
b. Dir. MA-pd by State 

3. Life Insurance 
16, Social Security 



264. 80 
123. 22 

162. 64 



104. 00 

116.66 
81.45 
33.34 



25,00 

20.64 
315.58 



2.420.00 -20.00 
2,448,98 -48.98 

2,400. 00 

1.764.01 3.99 
275. 00 



450. 00 

1.597,12 
959.60 
400, 08 

240. 00 
500. 00 

152. 94 
1,081.87 



1,728.97 19,965.91 2,335.09 



-0- 
■197.12* 
• 95.00 




100,00 
600. 00 
135. 06 
231. 87 



[Total Other Personnel 
Expense 5, 692, 68 



696,67 



5, 381.61 



311.07 



*Overage due to replacement of motor in VW bus last October, and there 
was no other account for it to come from. 

^V. ORGANIZATIONAL & EDUCATIONAL MINISTRY 



17. 


Woman's Missionary Un. 


131. 14 


300.00 


- -0- 


18. 


Brotherhood 


5.00 


366. 82 


-116.82 


19. 


Sunday School 




330. 14 


-80. 14 


20. 


Church Training 




59.47 


190, 53 


21. 


Music 




15.00 


235. 00 


22. 


Assoc. Minutes 


24.69 


725. 04 


124^96 


23. 


Annual Meeting 


25.00 


284. 49 


90.51 


24. 


Stewardship Prom. 


5.51 


17.21 


82.79 


25. 


Evangelism 


5.30 


57.98 


92.02 


26. 


Visual Aids 


37.00 


288. 42 


-138.42 



Total O and E Ministry 2, 925. 00 

V. SERVICE MINISTRY 

27, Printing and Office 
Supplies 
(1) Bulletin & Cal, 



233. 64 2, 444. 57 



480. 43 



1,870.48 



150. 48 



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(2) Other Printing 

(3) Office Supplies 

28, Postage & Bus. Exp. 

29. New Eqpt. & Maint. 

Total Service 3. 960. 00 

VI. BUILDING & EQUIPMENT 



30. 


Utilities 




(1) Telephone (3 loc. ) 




(2) Gas 




(3) Lights & Water 




(4) Oil 


31. 


Insurance 


32. 


Maintenance of Bldgs. 


33. 


Jan. & Kit. Sup. 


otal 


Buildings & 


Equipnnent 4, 986. 00 



VII. DEBT RETIREMENT ■ 

34. House payment 

35. Bond Prog -Sink. F. 

Land Purch. 

Total Debt Ret, 12, 980. 00 

VIII. CONTINGENCY 

36. Miscellaneous (Incl. 

extra help) 

37. Designations 

Total Contingency 

Misc. 1, 025. 00 
Des. 9,016.05 



10.041.05 
BUDGET TOTALS 67,245.73 

THIS MONTH'S RECEIPTS 



On hand, Beg, 


nnonth 


126. 86 


Sinking Fund 




2. 005. 08 


Budget 




5,221.69 


Designated 




923. 49 



7.36 


32.32 


167.68 




795,51 


-195.51 


71. 15 


955,72 


-115.72 


10.00 


844. 57 


-244.57 



88.51 4.498.60 



-538.60 



307. 62 


1.728.79 


-528. 79 


12.35 


463.88 


-103.88 


141. 15 


1,169.32 


-469,32 


69,07 


219. 87 


430.13 




171.20 


264. 80 


7.23 


1,683.82 


-283,82 


14.48 


238.16 


1.84 

-- .- J 



551,90 5,675.04 

115.00 1,380.00 
2,005,08 20,060.31" 



•689. 04 

-0- 
-0- 



2,120.08 21,440.31 



12.60 1.470.30 -445,30 

1, 634. 63 8, 897. 00 119. 05 



1,647.23 10.367.30 



-326„25 



7,434,11 74,133.71* 1,572,33 
RECONCILIATION 



Total Receipts 
Total Disbursements 



8, 277. 12 

7. 434. 11 

843. 01 



277. 12 



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RECEIPTS TO DATE 

BUDGET SINKING FUND DESIGNATED 

On hand, October 1. 1971 905.35 256.66 

Received Oct. thru March 22, 982. 76 4, 534„ 63 ^ 2, 139] 00 

Received April 1972 2, 900. 84 167. 53 ' 314] 94 

Received May, 1972 4,035.13 5,567.95 1,013^79 

Received June, 1972 3, 075. 91 2, 192. 06 l] 081.' 67 

Received July, 1972 3,350.00 2,221.28 2^ 465*. 00 

Received Aug. 1972 3,428.68 3,371.78 ' 821.* 50 

Received Sept, 1972 5, 221.69 2, 005. 08 923.' 49 

45.900.36 20,060.31 d'oitTE 
All receipts 74, 976. 72 
Paid to Date 74, 133.71 
843.01 

These figures reflect $8,460.31 received in excess of $11,600.00 

budgeted for the year. 

CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM CHURCHES 

For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1972 





Sinking Fund 


Designated 


Budget 


.eceived for Budget Contributions 






Alexander Memorial $ 




$ 35. 00 


$ 611.53 


Alexis 


623. 56 


125, 00 


600.00 


Anthony Grove 


100.00 




470.57 


Beech Avenue 






75,00 


Belmont, First 


1, 300. 04 


140. 00 


1,680.00 


Berea 


50.00 


95.25 


647. 24 


Bessemer City, First 


109.50 




500. 00 


Bessemer City, Second 


156. 00 




10. 00 


Bethany 






60.00 


Bethel 






100, 00 


Bethlehem 


110.00 


80.00 


275,00 


Bingham 




4.00 


225.00 


Calvary 


400.00 


185.50 


366.64 


Catawba Heights 






375. 00 


Centerview 


1,415„00 


50.00 


300,00 


Chapel Grove 






264. 00 


Cherryville, First 


600.00 


150.00 


1,300,00 


Cherryville, Second 


41.00 




204. 00 


Chestnut R:'dge 


445. 00 


40. 33 




Cleveland HLights 


180. 00 


25. 00 .. 


108.96 


Cramerton, First 


253. 00 


85. 00 


1,000,00 


Community 


158.00 


120. 00 


371.69 


Dallas 


393. 00 


550, 00 


621,90 


East, Belm.ont 


540, 00 


85, 00 


840, 00 


East,^ Gastonia 


500, 00 


105.00 


1, 146. 90 


Fairview 




104.00 ~ 


299.00 


Faith, Bessemer City 


50.00 


15. 00 


40.00 



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Flint Groves 


1, 599. 00 


318.75 


Friendship 






Gamble Hill 


138. 00 


40.00 


Gaston 




27.75 


Gastonia, First 


1. 885. 00 


. 221.00 


Grace 


500. 00 


;■ 60. 00 


Harden 






Hickory Grove 


250.00 


85.00 


High Shoals 


199.32 


300. 00 


Holland Mennorial 


36.00 


68, 50 


Lakeview 


250. 00 


60.00 


Lowell, First 




30.00 


Long Creek 


$ 500.00 


$ 117.50 


Lor ay 


550.00 


310.99 


Love Memorial 


300.00 


51.25 


McAdenville 




30.00 


Macedonia 


163.00 


22.50 


Midway 




80. 00 


Modena 


50.00 




Mount Holly, First 


722,00 


260,00 


Mount Holly, Second 


240. 90 


55.00 


Mount Beulah 


208.67 


265.00 


Mount Zion 


128, 00 


75. 00 


New Hope 






North Main Street 


129. 00 ■ 




New Life 




50. 00 


Northside 


110.00 




Oakland 






Ozark Mission 




15. 00 


Parkwood 


393. 42 


284. 20 


Plainview 




22.50 


Rankin Lake 




90. 00 


Ranlo 


• 618.00 


115.00 


Ridge 


163,00 




Ridgeview 




50. 00 


Riverside 


272, 32 


94. 75 


Salem 




20,00 


Sandy Plains 


500. 00 


100. 00 


Seventh Avenue 






Shady Grove 


370.00 


91, 75 


South Marietta Street 




22. 50 


South Point 


56. 43 


20,00 


Stanley, First 


, 300.00 


238. 25 


Stowe Memorial >- 


20,00 


Sunnyside 




25. 00 


Sunset Forest 


■ 




Temple 


420. 00 


15, 00 


Trinity 


100.00 


- 


Tuckaseega 


" 


47. 50 


Unity, Belmont 







32 



Unity, Gastonia $ 




Victory 




Webbs Chapel 


196,00 


West Cramerton 


200. 00 


Woodlawn 


440.00 


Faith, Gastonia 




Fraley Memorial 


208. 00 


Mountain View 




Railey Memorial Mission 




Springfield 




Providence 


75.15 


West Franklin 


220. 00 


$ 


19.915.31 



68.25 


$ 1 


,464.76 
593, 02 


50.25 




25. 00 


100.00 




233. 90 
500,00 
160. 00 


100. 00 




405, 00 
15,00 
13,12 
72,50 


40.00 




762.67 


20, 00 




300.00 


6, 172. 27 


$ 44 


, 995, 01 



BOND SINKING FUND 

STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 

For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1972 

Cash Receipts 

Contributions from Churches (Page 3) 
Contributions from Others: 

Bonnie Funderburke 

Mr. & Mrs. M,R. Thomas 

Ralph Crisp 



Disbursements 
Bond Payments 
Transfer of Funds 



Excess of Receipts over Disbursements 
Cash Balance, October 1, 1971 
Cash Balance, September 30, 1972 



ige 3) $ 


19,915.31 




^ $5.00 






40.00 






100. 00 


145, 00 








$ 20,060.31 


$ 
ts 


16, 534. 12 
1, 143, 21 


17.677.33 

$ 2, 382. 98 

6,676,02 


I 


$ 9, 059, 00 



Cash Accounted for as follows: 
First Union National Bank 
Gastonia, North Carolina 



$ 9,059.00 



22. The visitors were recognized from outside the Association and some in our 
|I own midst. Also Mr. Alfred Wright, host pastor, was recognized to give a word of 

welcome. 

23. We were led in the singing of the hymn "Christ for the World We Sing" by Mr. 
I Don Almond. Special music was rendered by the Youth from Mount Holly, First using 
1 handbells. 

24. A missionary message was delivered by Mr. WoodrowW. Hill, Field Represent- 
ative for the Biblical Recorder. 



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25. The first session was adjourned with prayer by Mr. Ralph Carpenter at 5:25 
P.M. A delicious meal was served by the host church. 

26. The Evening Session opened promptly at 7:00 P.M. with special music rendered 
by the Youth Choir from Ridge Baptist Church. 

27. Mr. Don Almond led in the singing of "Amazing Grace," 

28. Mr. Walter N. Long read his memorials report. In recognition to all the loved 
ones who had entered that "city not made with hands eternal in the heavens" he 
asked the body to stand and sing "How Firm a Foundation." This was followed by 
prayer by Mr. James Parham. 

MEMORIAL REPORT 

To the lonely John, an exile on the prison island of Patmos, the angelic messenger 
appeared, saying, "Write this: Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord henceforth." 
"Blessed indeed," says the Spirit, "that they may rest from their labors, for their 
deeds follow them." 

Since the meeting of this Association one year ago more than two hundred of our 
beloved members have entered that "city not made with hands eternal in the heav- 
ens." Their life in the presence of the Master is free from the burdens, trials, suf- 
fering, and sorrow that they endured in this world, for these mundane "things are 
passed away." 

But as the messenger informed the Apostle John, their works abide, and the in- 
fluence brought to bear upon their churches will bear fruit for years to come. Their 
names by churches will be listed in the 1972 minutes of the Association, and it is 
fitting as a memorial to them that we sing together that hymn of victory, "How Firm 
A Foundation," and remain standing for a prayer of gratitude for their services in their 
churches. 

,^ Walter N. Long 



©urpelobeb ©eab 


ALEXANDER MEMORIAL ., 


Mrs, John Cannon 


Mr, Everette Carr 


Mr, Plato Hardin, Deacon 




Mrs, M, E, Stewart 


ALEXIS 


Mrs. Burlie Harris 


Mrs, Tom Stroupe 


Mr. Taylor Hopkins, Deacon 


Mr. Ernest Rhyne 




Mrs, Thomas Devine 


BELMONT, FIRST 


Miss Ruth Davis 


Mr. Harvey L. Groner 


Mr, T.W. Garrison, Jr. 


Mr, Andrew Wofford 


Mr. Vernon Smith 


- Mrs, Stewart Richey 




Mr. Walter Warren, Deacon 


BELMONT, EAST 


Mrs. Will Scruggs 


Mr, Raymond Gardner 


Mr, Dewey Caldwell 


Mrs. Raymond Gardner 


Mr. Jack McClain 



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BEREA 


CHERRYVILLE, SECOND 


Mr, Roy Rankin 


Mrs. M. C, Dellinger 




Mrs, Hannah Turner 


BESSEMER CITY, FIRST 




Mr. Ezra Hull 


CHESTNUT RIDGE 


Mr, Neville Servis 


Mr, Burvell Nolan, Deacon 


Mr. Calvin Lee Hayes, Deacon 




Mr, J. T. Hamrick 


CLEVELAND HHGHTS 


Mr. K. Crown Richardson, Deacon 


Mr. L. H, Herring 


Mr. Forney W. Lowe, Sr. , Deacon 






CRAMERTON, FIRST 


BESSEMER CITY, SECOND 


Mr, Clarence Moss 


Mrs, Nora Pickelsimer 


Mr. Harley Mason 




Mrs. Lawrence Stone 


BINGHAM 


Mrs. Sarah McDaniel 


Mrs. Ernest Ridder 


Mrs. Ed Stowe 


Mr. Michael Jenkins 


Mrs. Alta Walker 


BROWNTOWN 


CRAMERTON, WEST 


Mrs. Ruby Bentley 


Mrs. Macy Phillips 




Mrs, Dewitt Brown 


CALVARY 




Mrs. Luther Workman, Sr. 


DALLAS 




Miss Linda Brown 




Miss Margaret Cornwell 


CATAWBA HEIGHTS 


Mrs. Hazel Huffstetler 


Mr, Clyde Beach 


Mr. Cleveland Cloning er 


CENTERVIEW 




Mrs, Bonnie Heffner 


FAIRVIEW 


Mrs. D. C. Huffstetler 


Mr. Victor Davis 


Mr, E, D. Beaty, Deacon 


Mr. W.J. Ford, Deacon 


Mr. R. W„ Beaty, Deacon 


Mr. Herbert Sherrill 


Mrs. Fred Haas 


Mr. Jimmy Thompson 


Mrs. Jennie Johnson 




Mr, R,H. Brown 


FAITH (BC) 


Mrs. A, V. Bumgardner 


Mrs. Carrie Edmonds 


CHERRYVILLE. FIRST 


FLINT-GROVES 


Mr. Alfonso Beam, Deacon 


Mrs. Rose Warren 


Mrs, J. B. Boyles 


Mr. Hugh Keever 


Mr, W. D. Chapman 


Mr. Hall Ware 


Mrs. David P. Dellinger 


Mr. J,W, King 


Mrs. Paul Dellinger, Sr. 


Mr. Fred Costner 


Mrs. Webb Dellinger 


Mr. Robert Haas, Sr. 


Mrs. Rufus Grigg 




Mrs. Lee Sipe 


FRALEY MEMORIAL 


Mrs, Victor Stroup 


Mrs. Doil Whit en er 



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FRIENDSHIP 


HICKORY GROVE | 


Mr. 


L. R. Moody 


Mr. 


Barney Chaney, Deacon 




''"'- 


Mr. 


C. W. Welsh 


GAMBLE HILL - ' 


Miss 


Cleva Armstrong 


Mr, 


Bill Gibby 










HIGH SHOALS | 


GASTON 


Mr. 


R. L. Hull 1 


Mr, 


Charles Hastings 


Mrs. 


Era Armstrong 1 


Mr. 


John Brigman 




1 






HOLLAND MEMORIAL | 


GASTONIA, EAST 


Mr. 


Lee Costner 1 


Mr. 


Jerry Ballard 


Mr. 


John Raymond Bell, Deacon 1 


Mr. 


Ernest Clyde Ellis 




1 


Mrs. 


J. B. Hawkins 


LONG CREEK MEMORIAL | 


Mrs. 


W, M. McPherson, Sr. 


Mr, 


Abel Hoffman 


Mr. 


Robert Ollie Mi 11 en 


Mr. 


D. T. Addington 


Mr. 


Arthur E. Nance 


Mrs. 


M. P. Rhyne 


Mrs. 


Audrey M. Walsh 


Mr. 


Ben Rhyne 


Mrs. 


Iva Wilson 


Mrs. 


R,H. Holsclaw 


GASTONIA, FIRST 


LORAY 




Mr. 


C.C. Cox 


Mrs. 


J. M, Moore 


Mrs. 


Cleo Bookout 


Mr. 


Issac Houser 


Mr. 


Hugh Stroupe 


Mrs. 


W. G. McArver 


Mrs. 


Martha Brookshire 


Miss 


Anne Champion 


Mr. 


J. E. Christenbury, Jr. 


Mrs. 


Mary Whitaker 


Mrs. 


Cora Bell Rhyne 


Mr. 


B. U Taylor 


Mrs. 


S. Brady Johnson 


Mrs. 


F.W. Uttlejohn 


Mrs. 


O. R, Hoffnnan 


Miss 


Virtie Robinson 


Mrs. 


T. G. Setzer 






Mr. 


T. G. Setzer 


LOVE MEMORIAL | 


Mrs. 


Banks Campbell ■ ■ 


Mr. 


John Davis 1 


Mr, 


Norman Collins 


Mr. 


John Lane 1 


Mr. 


Dillon Sherrill 






Mr. 


Harold Ledbetter 


LOWELL, FIRST | 


Mrs. 


Henry L. Bass 


Mrs. 


T,F. Seagle 


Mr. 


William E. Moore 


Mrs. 


Worth Barnhill 


Mr. 


Herrick Brumley 


Mrs, 


George Crotts 


Mrs. 


Grace Dansby 


Mrs. 


Gus Webb 


HARDIN 


McADENVILLE | 


Mrs. 


Iva Friday 


Mr. 


Walter Abernathy 


Mrs. 


Addie Lineberger 


Mr, 


Jerry McMahan 


Mrs. 


Mary Steelman 


Mr. 


James Beasley, Sr. 


Mrs. 


James Foster III 


Mrs. 


Norma B. Ginn 


Mr. 


Henry Friday 


Mr, 


Press Brittain 


Mr. 


Roy Friday 


Mrs. 


Annie Bell Cloninger 



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Mrs. Mary Jane Smith 
Mr. Roy Rankin 
Mr. Harvey Lineberger 
Mrs. Kathleen Smart 

MO DEN A STREET 

Mr. Wm. B. Railey 
Mrs. Eva Lowe 

MOUNT BEULAH 
Mrs. Cleo Beam 

MOUNT HOLLY, FIRST 
Mr. T. C. Patterson 
Mr, Romey Bostic 
Mrs. Maude Taylor 
Miss Essie Prestwood 
Mr. Russell Jones 
Mrs. E. U McCorkle 

MOUNT HOLLY, SECOND 
Mrs, Ada Setzer 
Rev. D, A. West 
Mrs. Dora Sipe 
Mrs. Minnie McCorkle 
Mrs. Ora Parrish 



PARK WOOD 

Mrs. Grace B. Carter 
Mr. John F. Merrill 

RANKIN LAKE 

Mr. Roscoe Hughes 
Mrs. Jenny Ghurley 

RANLO 

Mr. Clinton W, Hedgepeth 
Mrs. Brenda L. Tate 
Mrs. Betty E. McGinnis 
Mrs. Sally M. Smith 

RODGE 

Mrs. Mary Hamilton 

RIDGEVIEW 

Mr. Ben Martin 

Mrs. Gertrude M. Patterson 

ROBINWOOD 

Mr. & Mrs. G. R. Davis 

SALEM 

D.J. Price 



MOUNT ZION 

Mr, Wesley Dellinger 
Mr. Clarence Dellinger 

NEW HOPE 

Mr. Gary Waldrop 
Mr. Kermit Rhyne 
Mr, George E, Hawkins 
Mrs, John E, Fletcher 
Mr, Carroll Moore 

NEW LIFE 

Mrs, Guy Hovis 

NORTH MAIN STREET 
Mrs, Connie Kendall 

NORTHSIDE 

Mrs. Will Cloer 
Mrs, Omia Davis 



SANDY PLAINS 

Mrs, E. C, Stockton 
Mr, Earl Milling 
Mr. J, L, Glover, Deacon 
Mr, Thomas Barnes 
Miss Ruth Rhyne 

SHADY GROVE 

Mr, Joe N, Bass, Deacon 
Mr. R, V, Nixon, Deacon 
Mr, C, C, Sellers, Deacon 
Mr, Fred Stroupe, Deacon 
Mr, Alvin Craig 
Mrs, Lawrance Jenkins 
Mrs. Grace Duncan 

SOUTH MARIETTA STREET 
Mrs, W, B, Nivens, Jr. 



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STANLEY, FIRST 


Mr, Van B. Shepard, Deacon 


Mr So Ruth Baynard 


Mrs, Julia Grigg 


Mrs. Vannie Dellinger 


Mr, Jehu McCurry 


MrSo T. V. Ottinger, Sr. 


Mr. Hubert Moose 




Mr. Alfred Truesdale 


STOWE MEMORIAL 


Mrs, Brenda Price 


Mr. Ralph Yount 


Mrs, Paul Mauney, Sr. 


Mr. Fred Crawford 


Mrs. J, T. McSwain 


SUNSET FOREST 


WEST FRANKLIN 


Mr, Robert Shields 


Mrs, I, R, Forbes 


Mr. Boyd Ramsey 


L, H, Herring 


Mr, Ernest Panel 






WOODLAWN 


TEMPLE 


Ma, Charles Carter 


Mr. James D. Brandon 


Mr, Floyd Hall 


Mrs. G. B. Huss, Sr. 




Mr, G„F„ Bridges 


FAITH (B) 


Mrs, Ola Collins 


Mrs. Pearl Wingate 


Mrs, Evelyn Owens 




Mrs. Mary Russell Wiggins 


OAK GROVE 


Mrs, Stacy Conly 


Mrs, John Roberson 


TUCKASEEGE 


VICTORY 


Miss Molly Huffstetler 


Mr. Beecher Hamby 


Mr, Bobby Ray Toomey 


Mrs. Lilly Goble 


Mr. Claude Biddix 


Mrs. Pearl Smith 


UNITY (G) 


- ' ■ ' ' ■ . ' •■. 


Mr, W, W, Bame, Deacon 


.. • - ^ • 


Mrs. Helen Harrill 





29. Assoclational Missions: 
(1) The Moderator, Mr. Love Dixon, in reporting on his work for the past two years 
gave an evaluation of the work in the Association and the uplifting evidence of moving 
forward under the leadership of the Holy Spirit. 

HIGHLIGHTS OF LAST TWO YEARS IN ASSOCIATION 

1. Association Office Building completed and in full use. This became the center 
of many of our assoclational committees and other meetings. 

2. Mrs. Jerry Lethco and Mrs. Larry Keaton were employed part-time to work in 
Christian Social Ministries Department. Mrs. Jerry Strickland was made responsible 
for Baptist Center on a part-time basis. 

3. A 32 foot trailer was moved to the back of the association's building to be used 
for storage of clothing and household items for distribution through CSM. 

4. Additions have been made to the Audio- Visual Aids made available to the 
churches. ^ , , . , 



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5. Seminary Extension Department was started for ministerial students and min- 
isters wanting to continue their study or do refresher study. 

6. Additional help has been added to the office staff - on a part-time basis to help 
carry the increased work load. 

7. A camp committee has been at work looking into the possibilities of an As- 
sociational facility for retreats and camps. 

8. A house has been obtained and is to be occupied by the caretaker for the 
building. 

9. Response to Association- wide meetings has been unusually good, and financial 
receipts have been very good. There is evidence of unusual work of the Holy Spirit 
in our churches and some churches have had their best revivals in history of church. 
The response to youth activities is at an all-time high. 

SPIRIT OF OPTIMISM PREVAILS IN OUR WORK. THERE IS REALLY NOTHING BAP- 
TIST CANNOT DO IF THEY WORK TOGETHER IN GASTON COUNTY. 

Mr. Love Dixon, Moderator 
(2) Mr. Walter Long, Chairman of the Executive Committee, presented his report. 

REPORT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

Your Executive Committee has met regularly on a monthly basis with several call 
meetings on other occasions. At its November meeting in 1971 the following officers 
were elected: Walter N. Long, chairman; A.A, Bailey, vice-chairman, and Mrs. Yates 
Craig, secretary. 

At the beginning of the Association year the debt on the property stood at $26,279. 
A plan to drastically reduce this debt was devised early in the year so that the original 
Indebtedness now stands at $7,750. This figure does not include an obligation of 
approximately $5,000 assumed by the General Board on October 10 in connection with 
a land purchase and the moving of a gift house in which the caretaker is to live. (A 
further word will be said about this at the end of this report.) 

The Committee authorized the purchase of a half page advertisement in the Fruit- 
land Annual at a cost of $20,00. 

Plans were made in January for the Real Life Conference which was scheduled for 
April 23 and 30. 

At the April meeting Mr. Allred requested a three months leave of absence in 1973 
to work at Southern Seminary on his Doctor of Ministries degree, the months being 
January, June and July. It was noted that he would be Sway 13 weeks during 1973 plus 
one additional week for vacation with expenses allotedfor "conventions" going toward 
his travel. The request was granted by a majority vote. 

The Committee adopted a resolution by Elvin Jones providing for 10 scholarships 
in the Seminary Extension courses for men who are not seminary graduates. 

At the suggestion of the State Missions Secretary the Executive Committee went 
on record as favoring participation in a World Missions Conference to be held in the 
fall of 1975 in co-operation with the Caldwell Association. Tentative dates were set 
for September 28 - October 3. 

Plans were laid many months ago for the Lay- Evangelism Schools which were held 
in four locations July 24-27. Reports from these schools have been received, and plans 
for a follow-up in the churches were recommended. 

A proposal was accepted at the July meeting for a "Ministerial Student Day-' at 
Gardner- Webb College for the spring of 1973. It was noted that approximately 80 stu- 



dents are available to the churches of this area for that Day, or another most con-w 
venient for a particular church. Full information is to be released when details of the? 
plans have been worked out. 

On October 9 the Committee passed a recommendation, later approved by the 
General Board, that the Reverend Yates Campbell be employed as Director of Christian 
Social Ministries according to the financial provisions set forth in the 1973 budget 
with a job description to be worked out by the Executive Committee in conference 
with Mr. Campbell. 

A second matter recommended and approved by the General Board was the accept- 
ance of a house near the Baptist Building with the provision that it be moved at the 
Association's expense. The transaction involved the purchase of a small lot from Mrs. 
Cooke and the transfer of a portion of the present property to this specific lot. Such 
a provision was necessary to meet the minimum requirements of the city of Gastonia. 
The total cost, including the land purchase and the moving, etc., is estimated at 
approximately $5,000, but approximately $3,500 of this amount is now on hand. 

Details of this purchase and transfer appear in the minutes of the meeting of the 
General Board on October 10, 1972. 

Walter N. Long, Chairman 

(3) The Chairman of the finance committee, Mr. Frank Hoyle, presented the budget 
for 1972-73 and made a motion that the Committees recommendation be accepted. 
It was seconded and carried. 

PROPOSED BUDGET 

1972-73 

I. MISSION PROGRAM-CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 
1, Rent (Building Supplied by Ozark Mission) 



2. 


Educational Service 








(1) V„B.S, 


160, 00 






( 2) Literature 


200. 00 






(3) Socials 


300.00 






(4) Relief 


2, 500, 00 






Total Educational Service 




3. 160. 00 


3, 


Equipment and Maintenance 




200.00 


4. 


New Center Expansions 




500,00 


5. 


Literacy Council 




100.00 


6. 


Insurance on VW Van 


• ■ ^ ' "■ ^"' 


200, 00 


7. 


Volunteer Training Program 




300.00 



4,460.00 



Total Mission Program ^ 

II. SALARIES "^ ..^ : >' 

20, Supt. of Missions . 8, 885, 00 

21, CSM Director 7,000,00 

22, Secretary 5,279.00 

23, Director GBC ( 1/2 time) 2, 544, 00 

24, Case Worker (1/2 time) 2,544.00 

25, Clerical Help (1/2 time) 2,544.00 

26, Extra Secy, Help 1,272.00 

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27. Custodian 


1.768.00 


28. Clerk 


300. 00 


Total Salaries 




III. OTHER PERSONNEL EXPENSE 




35o Supt. of Missions 




(1) Convention 


450.00 


(2) Housing (in pmts) 




(3) Travel 


1,400. 00 


(4) Health & Life Ins. 


1,014.00 


(5) Retirement 


400.08 



32,136.00 



3.264.08 



36. CSM Director 



(1) 
(2) 
(3) 

(4) 
(5) 



Convention 

Housing 

Travel 

Health 

Retirement 



37. Other Workers 

(1) Ridgecrest (4 persons) 

(2) Travel 

(a) Director GWC 300.00 



400, 00 
1. 800. 00 
1,400.00 
1, 000.00 

400. 00 



240. 00 



5, 000. 00 





(b) Director M. A. 600. 00 900.00 




(3) Life Ins. (4) 288.00 




1, 428. 00 


38. 


Social Securitv -■ 1,380.76 




(Covers all employees except 




CSM Director who is paid out 




of State office) 




Total Other Personnel Expense 11, 072. 84 


ORGANIZATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL MINISTRY 


45, 


Woman's Missionary Union 300, 00 


46. 


Brotherhood 300.00 


47. 


Sunday School 300. 00 


48. 


Church Training 300, 00 


49. 


Music 300,00 


50. 


Associational Minutes 850, 00 


51. 


Annual Meeting 375. 00 


52. 


Stewardship Promotion • 100.00 


53. 


Evangelism 150, 00 


54. 


Visual Aids '\ 300.00 


55. 


Seminary Extension Scholarships 680. 00 



Total O, & E. Ministry 



3, 955. 00 



V, SERVICE MINISTRY 

65, Printing and Office Supplies 
(1) Bulletins & Calendar 



2, 000. 00 



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C^tUftC^ 




F,\niin( 




FAITH. BELMONT--- 


--80 






FAITH. &AST0N1A-- 


-- 9 




















FRALEY KEK. 


--69 






f RIENUSHIP 


- -93 






















--29 






















GASTONIA FIRST--- 






70 








CRACE 










BtSitiKB cur 111 


--59 


HARDIN 








HICKORY GROVE 

HIGH SHOALS 

HOLUNU MEM. 


--46 


Brr'^t I** 




--3I 


HFTHI FHtM 






■ 


' ' 






, 


inH^^'io* 
















LONG CR. MISSION- 












-25 
-67 
-53 






CALVARY 

CATyiBA HTS.--- -- 


LOVE MmORIAL 

U)«B*tL ( I RjT 


-- 10 










CHAPtL GROVE- — 


-88 


McADENVILLE l.t-- 


--74 


CHtHRTVH.Lt 111--- 


-33 










CHtRRYVll.lE 2nd-- 


-34 










CHEbTNL'l RIDGE 


-63 


MODENA STREET 


-- 7 


CLtVELAND HTS. 


- 4 












- 4 1 


MT. HOLLY HRST-- 


--51 




CRAHtlTTON HRST--- 


-82 


MT . HOLLY StCOND- 


--52 










-43 






























EAST, BELMOM 

E. CHAPfcl MISSION 


48 






N. MAIN STREET--- 


-42 


EAST. GASTONIA--- 


' 15 


NORTHSIUE---' 






©NUMBERS 



fMcADEHVI 




42 




43 



(2) Other Printing 200.00 

(3) Office Supplies 1, 000, 00 

3,200.00 

66, Postage & Business Expense 900.00 

67. New Equipment 8c Maintenance — 600.00 

Total Service 4, 700. 00 

VI. BUILDINGS & EQUIPMENT / ,' 

70. Utilities 

(1) Telephone (3 locations) 2,160,00 '- 

(2) Gas 540.00 

(3) Lights & Water 1,000.00 

(4) Oil 500, 

4,200.00 

71. Insurance : 350.00 

72. Maintenance of Buildings 1, 000. 00 

73. Janitorial & Kitchen Supplies 240. 00 

Total Buildings & Equipment 5,790.00 

VII. DEBT RETIREMENT ^ 

80. House Payment 1,380,00 

81. Bond Program -Sinking Fund-Land Purch. 5, OOP. 00 

Total Debt Retirement 6, 380, 00 

VIII CONTINGENCY FUNDS 

90, Miscellaneous & Christmas Bonuses ■ ^ 1, 100. 00 

91, Designations -0- 

Total Contingency 1,100.00 



TOTAL BUDGET 69,593.84 

The State Convention will participate in the paying of a Christian Social Ministries 
Director in the amount of $4,000.00 leaving us a budget of $65,593.84 to raise within 
the Association. 

PLEASE LEAD YOUR CHURCH TO CONTRIBUTE 2^o of its total budget to Associa- 
tional Missions as a minimum gift and to send gifts monthly. 

30. Our Superintendent of Missions, Mr. Hoyle Allred, presented a program on 
"Witnessing at Arms Length." He began by recognizing the officers of the Associa- 
tion who h a ve helped carry on the As sociational work and the staff at the Associational 
office. Mr. Allred introduced three workers in the Association, Mrs. Hoyle Allred, 
Mrs. Kitty Keaton and Mrs. Jerry Strickland, to speak concerning "The Arms Length 
Ministry." Each one gave a short report on what the association is doing to help the 
people of Gaston County. 

31. Mr. Andrew Champion, minister of music at Lor ay, led in the singing of "Love 
Divine", followed by special music from the adult choir of Loray Baptist Church. 

32. The Scripture Lesson was read from the book of Ephesians 3:1-13 by Mr. Stan 
Howard. 

33. The Annual Sermon was preached by Mr. Yates Campbell, pastor of the Loray 
Baptist Church. He spoke on "Christ's Message for the World Today." 

34. The evening session was closed with prayer by Mr. Charles High. 

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SECOND DAY - CATAWBA HEIGHTS. BELMONT 
October 20, 1972 

35. The morning session was called to order by the moderator at 9:00 A.M. 

36. Mr. Harold Ellis, Minister of Music atLongCreek Memorial Baptist Church, led 
the opening hymn "O Worship the King!" 

37. Mr. J.C. Scott read the scripture lesson and led in prayer. 

38. Institutional Reports: 

(1) Homes for Aging - Mr, Jerry Lethco. He moved the adoption of his report as 
printed in the Book of Reports. It was seconded and carried. 

(2) Children's Homes - William Brown spoke to his report and moved its adop- 
tion. It was seconded and carried. 

(3) Christian Education - Mr. Donald Almond. He moved the adoption of his re- 
port. It was seconded and carried. 

(4) Baptist Hospital - Bill Wallace. He read his report to the body and moved its 
adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

39. Mr. Hoyle Allred introduced two visitors, Mr. Harry Sherwood, of Wingate Col- 
lege and Mr. Buddy Freeman of Gardner Webb College. He then introduced the men on 
the panel of State Agencies. 

1. Missions in North Carolina - Mr. Howard Ford. 

2. Homes for Aging - Mr. William Poole. 

3. Christian Education - Mr. John E. Weems. 

Each man was given ten minutes to speak on his subject, followed by a question 
and answer period. 

40. The Session was adjourned for a break at 10:40 reconvening at 11:00 A.M. 

41. Miscellaneous Business: 

(1) Mr. J.G. Earley read a report on the South Mountain Baptist Camp. He moved 
the adoption of the report as printed in the Book of Reports. It was seconded and 
carried. 

(2) Mr. Ralph Carpenter explained that he had a ministerial student, Mr. Chris 
Chaney, in the Hickory Grove Church, that the church had helped him on many oc- 
casions and requested that the association set its approval on him. A motion was 
made and seconded to approve this request. The motion carried. 

(3) The second reading of the changes made in the constitution and By-Laws was 
presented by Mr. A.A, Bailey: They were as follows: 

a. Article VII. Associational Board, change reading to, "the Associational 
Director of Training" and add, "Associate pastors, ministers of Youth, 
Music, and education may attend as non- voting members." Mr. Bailey 
moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

b. Article VIII. Committees Item 1 - changed to read, "The Executive Com- 
mittee shall be composed of the Moderator, Chairman of the promotion com- 
mittee." Mr. Bailey moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

c. By-Laws IV. Duties of Officers, Item 1 add "member of the Executive 
Committee." Mr. Bailey moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

c. By-Laws IV. Duties of Officers, Item 4 add the words, "Audit the Executive 
Committee when requested by that committee." Mr. Bailey made the mo- 
tion to adopt the change. It was seconded and carried. 

(4) Report on Evangelism - Stan Howard. He moved the adoption of the report as 
it appears in the Book of Reports. It was seconded and carried. 

(5) Biblical Recorder - Mr. J.D. Williams. He moved the adoption of his report. 
It was seconded and carried. 

(6) Resolutions Committee - Mrs. W.W. Daves read her report and moved its 
adoption. It was seconded and carried. (, 

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RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE REPORT 

The Gaston Baptist Association has met for the 54th Annual Session and has 
caused us to think again toward "Living the Spirit in Expectancy and Creativity" in 
our own association and all the world. We give thanks unto God for the experience that 
has been ours in these days. 

We are grateful to those who brought us a program of inspiration and information. 
The music from solos, the Senior Citizens, the Youth Choir, Handbells, and church 
choir helped us to worship, rejoice, confess our sins and renew our commitment to 
our Lord. We give Thanks to God. 

We express our deep gratitude for the gracious hospitality extended to us by Unity 
Baptist Church and Rev. A.R. Wright, pastor and to Catawba Heights Baptist Church 
and Rev. M.L, Pendleton, pastor. Our thanks to many people who helped prepare our 
meals and to make our time of fellowship so enjoyable. 

We express our thanks and appreciation to our associational officers for their 
faithful service and their untiring efforts in promoting the work of Christ. 

To Hoyle Allred, our Promotional Director, and to Mrs. Allred, his associate and 
secretary, we express our thanks for their faithful service and their ceaseless pro- 
motion of our work throughout the association. 

May we leave this meeting determined that we will go " Living the Spirit of 
Christ in Faith and Conquest." 

Respectfully submitted, 
. ^ W.W. Black 

• ^ Mrs. W.W. Daves, Chairman 



42. Mr. Harold Ellis led in the singing of the hymn "Wonderful Words of life" 
followed by scripture and prayer by Mrs. Baxter Mclntoch. 

43. A solo entitled "Give Me a Vision" was sung by Mrs. Walter Baxter. 

44. A Doctrinal Sermon, "Reasons Why You Should Be Saved", was delivered by 
Mr, C.V. Garver, pastor of Northside Baptist Church in the Gaston Association. 

45. The Moderator, Mr. Love Dixon, recognized the new moderator, Mr. Elvin Jones, 
to present him the gavel. 

46. Mr. Max Pendleton, host pastor, was recognized to give a word of welcome 
and instructions concerning the meal to be served. 

47. The Fifty-Fourth Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist Association was dis- 
missed with prayer by Mr. Elvin Jones. 



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W.M. U. ASSOCIATIONAL ANNUAL MEETING 

CATAWBA HEIGHTS BAPTIST 

APRIL 18. 1972 - 4:00 P.M. 

53 rd ANNUAL SESSION 

THEME: PROCLAIM: PROCLAIM: PROCLAIM: That Jesus Christ is Lord. 

jHymn of Year "All Hail the Power of Jesus Name" 

ball to Prayer Mrs. William McGibney 

Accompanist, Mrs. Fred High 
Business and Reports 

PROCLAIMING BY SHARING THE GOSPEL 
Placing Bibles in Homes First Baptist, Stanley 

' PROCLAIMING IN SONG 

Valley Singers First Baptist, Cherryville 

Rick Webb; Steve Stroud; Teresa Waters; Gina Van Dyke; 
Bill Cook, Bass; and Paul Robbins, Piano. 

PROCLAIMING BY LOVING PEOPLE 

Unda Bodenhamer & Audrey Ballard Holland Memorial 

PROCLAIMING THROUGH DRAMA 

Mrs. Gerald Campbell East Belmont 

'Recognize Honor Groups 

iPROCLAIMING Mrs. Kitty Keaton 

6:00 - SUPPER (Gaston WMU women should bring a covered dish.) 

NIGHT SESSION - 7:00 P.M. 

Hymn "Jesus Saves" 

Installation of Officers 

Prayer of Dedication Rev. Hoyle Allred 

Special Music Mrs. Jack Blanton 

Featured Guest Rev. John S. Carpenter, Jr., Louisville, Ky. 

Film "One World, One Mission" 



Church Directory 

MISSIONS 

East Chapel Mount Holly, First 

Long Creek Long Creek, Memorial 

Ozark , Gastonia, East 

Southside Gastonia, First 

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MISSION SUNDAY SCHOOLS OR MINISTRY 

Allen Rest Home Gastonia, First 

Beam' s Nursing Home Woodlawn 

Branch' s Rest Home High Shoals 

Child Development Center Gastonia, First 

Day Care Center Loray 

Dallas Prison Flint Groves 

Gaston County Home Gastonia, First 

Gaston County Home Sunset Forest 

Mankato Baptist Church Loray 

Orthopedic Hospital Gastonia, First 

Rankin Hill McAdenville 

Rosewood Rest Home Gastonia, First 

RETIRED ORDAINED MINISTERS 

Abrams, W.E., Mount Holly Catawba Heights 

Black, W.W., Dallas Rankin Lake 

Bolch, Oscar, Gastonia Temple 

Cashwell, T.L., Sr., Gastonia Gastonia, East 

Cloer, Will, Gastonia Northside 

Costner, O.R., Stanley Long Creek Memorial 

Huggins, Hubert, Dallas ; Dallas 

Kiser, Amos M. , Gastonia Shady Grove 

Millen, A. P., Belmont Friendship 

Roberts. C.C., Mount Holly Mount Holly, Second 

Settlemyer, Z.W. , Cherry ville Cherryville, First 

W alker, S. Guy, Gastonia Temple 

Walters, W.L., Gastonia Gastonia, Eastj 

ORDAINED MINISTERS, NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 

Allred, Hoyle, Gastonia 

Anthony, Kenneth, Bessemer City Trinity 

Brandon, S.O. , Stanley Stanley, First 

Bumgardner, W.P., Bessemer City Bessemer City, First 

C agle. Jack, Lincolnton Webb* s Chapel 

Franks, R.C. Bessemer City Gamble Hill 

Grant, J.N., Lowell Woodlawn 

Green, Cecil, Gastonia Gastonia, First 

Grigg, Robert, Gastonia Gastonia, First 

Hales, Lloyd, Dallas Love Memorial 

Hand, Harry C, New York Alexis 

High, Clyde, Dallas Dallas 

Jones, Dean H., Gastonia Gastonia, First 

Knight, Eugene, Lowell Woodlawrj 

Long, Harold, Dallas Long Creek, Memoria! 

Lowery, Jim L. , Gastonia Parkwooc 

McMahan, C.R. , Gastonia Macedonia 

Mauldin, J. Howard, Belmont Catawba Heights 

May, Nathan, Gastonia Unity (G] 

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Morris, David N., McAdenville McAdenville 

Murphy Samuel, Lincolnton , Webb's Chapel 

Pettigrew, George, Gastonia Flint Groves 

■Smith, J. Howard, Gastonia Parkwood 

Stafford, J.T. Lowell Woodlawn 

Stewart, Charles, Gastonia West Franklin Ave. 

Wacaster, Lee, Cherryville Mount Zion 

Walters, Lloyd, Gastonia Unity (G) 

ij LICENSED MINISTERS 

Plankenship, Dennis, Lincolnton High Shoals 

Boyd, Hazel P. , Gastonia Fairview 

Boyd, John E., Gastonia Northside 

^rown, E. J. , Stanley Stanley, First 

Buchanan, John L. , Bessemer City Faith (BC) 

Clark, Jerry L. , Gastonia Mount Beulah 

Coleman, John, Dallas Gaston 

Connors, Rochelle, Kings Mountain Chestnut Ridge 

Deese, Robert, Mount Holly Mount Holly, First 

Duncan, Boyce J. , Belmont Catawba Heights 

Edwards, Thomas, Gastonia West Franklin Ave. 

-alls, Frank, Gastonia Cleveland Heights 

Fowler, Roland, Dallas Flint Groves 

Franklin Raymond, Gastonia Salem 

Fulbright, Tony M. , Lowell Lowell, First 

Galloway, Jimmy, Gastonia Cleveland Heights 

Griggs, Bob, Bessemer City Bessemer City, Second 

proves, Clay A., Tennessee West Franklin Avenue 

Hatcher, Bobby, Gastonia Midway 

Helton, David A. , Mount Holly Ridgeview 

ASSOCIATE PASTORS AND MUSIC OR EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORS 

Mford, Miss Le Merle Bessemer City, First 

Mmond, Donald D Cramerton, First 

3allew, Mrs. Violet Centerview 

Jlanton, Mrs. Jack Shady Grove 

3rendle, Sol Cramerton, West 

:ampbell, Gerald , Belmont, East 

[Campbell, Philip Mount Holly, Second 

I^hampion, Andrew Loray 

Dendy, Clyde Catawba Heights 

Denton, Kenneth Mount Holly, First 

Duncan, Bill West Franklin Avenue 

Duncan, Phillip R. Stanley, First 

icherd, L.J Macedonia 

illis, Harold D Long Creek Memorial 

:ngland, George Woodlawn 

ingland, Mrs. Ray Bingham Memorial 

Hedge, B. Foy Lowell, First 

Hedrick, Horace Love Memorial 

^egenbart, Alex Belmont, First 

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Helton, Fred Unity, (B) 

Hicks , Richard E Parkwood 

Johnson, Mrs. Peggy Cleveland Heights 

Johnston, Wm. Wayne South Marietta Street 

Lawrence, Mrs. Wanda Fairview 

Leath, James Albert, Jr Cherryville, First 

Littlejohn, Adrian M , . Gastonia, First 

Lynn, Bill Flint Groves I 

McCall, Harry N Gastonia, East 

McGibney, William B Parkwood 

McGinnis , Arthur Berea , 

Massey, Ralph L Gastonia, East 

Maxwell, Yates Hickory Grove 

Morris , Mrs. Hazel Riverside 

Motsinger, J. Herman Unity (G) 

Owens, Marty Sandy Plains 

Parham, James F Belmont, First ; 

Pennell, Glain S Loray 

Poovey, Mrs. Delores Tuckaseege 

Robins , Paul D Cherryville, First 

Rudisill, Mrs. J.C. Anthony Grove 

Shelton, Dick Lakeview 

Snyder, D. Parker Temple 

Summey, Charles B •. Gastonia, First ; 

Tate, Billy C Seventh Avenue ; 

Wallace, Richard Chapel Grove ij 

Wilkes, J. Carlton Ranlo j 

Willis, Mrs. Ronnie , Mount Zion 

ORDAINED MINISTERS, NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 

Allred, Hoyle, Gastonia 

Anthony, Kenneth, Bessemer City Trinity 

Brandon, S.O. , Stanley Stanley, First 

Bumgardner, W.P., Bessemer City Bessemer City, First 

Cagle, Jack, Lincolnton Webb's Chapell 

Franks, R.C. Bessemer City Gamble Hilli 

Grant, J.N. , Lowell Woodlawn i| 

Green, Cecil, Gastonia Gastonia, First | 

Grigg, Robert, Gastonia Gastonia, First]' 

Hales, Lloyd, Dallas Love Memorialj 

Hand, Harry C., New York Alexis j 

High, Clyde, Dallas Dallas j 

Jones, Dean H., Gastonia Gastonia, First j 

Knight, Eugene, Lowell Woodlawn | 

Long, Harold, Dallas Long Creek Memorialjl 

Lowery, Jim L. , Gastonia , ....,,.. Parkwood j 

McMahan, C.R., Gastonia Macedonia ji 

Mauldin, J. Howard, Belmont Catawba Heights ij 

May, Nathan, Gastonia « . Unity (G) j 

Morris , David N. , Mc Adenville McAdenville 

Murphy, Samuel, Lincolnton Webb's Chapel 

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Pettigrew, George, Gastonia * Flint Groves 

. Smith, J. Howard, Gastonia , Parkwood 

! Stafford, J.T. Lowell , Woodlawn 

Stewart, Charles, Gastonia , , West Franklin Ave. 

W acaster, Lee, Cherryville , ......,.,,,.,.,..., Mount Zion 

Walters, Lloyd, Gastonia , Unity (G) 

LICENSED MINISTERS 

Blankenship, Dennis, Lincolnton High Shoals 

Boyd, Hazel P., Gastonia Fairview 

Boyd, John E., Gastonia Northside 

Brown, E.J., Stanley Stanley, First 

Buchanan, John L. , Bessemer City Faith (BC) 

Clark, Jerry L. , Gastonia Mount Beulah 

I Coleman, John, Dallas Gaston 

Connors, Rochelle, Kings Mountain Chestnut Ridge 

Deese, Robert, Mount Holly Mount Holly, First 

Duncan, Boyce J. , Belmont Catawba Heights 

j Edwards, Thomas, Gastonia West Franklin Avenue 

I Falls, Frank, Gastonia Cleveland Heights 

\ Fowler, Roland, Dallas Flint Groves 

]; Franklin, Raymond, Gastonia Salem 

j Fulbright, Tony M. , Lowell Lowell, First 

Galloway, Jimmy, Gastonia Cleveland Heights 

Griggs, Bob, Bessemer City Bessemer City, Second 

Groves, Clay A., Tennessee West Franklin Avenue 

Hatcher, Bobby, Gastonia Midway 

Helton, David A. , Mount Holly Ridgeview 

jj Huddleston, Tommy, Boiling Springs Ranklin Lake 

( McCombs, Tony, Gastonia Northside 

Moss, James K., Bessemer City Sunnyside 

j Rumfelt, E.J. , McAdenville Lakeview 

\ Shelton, J.M. , Lincolnton High Shoals 

j Stroupe, W.L., Dallas Bethel 

I Waters, W.C., Lowell Cramerton, West 

Webb, Ralph, Gastonia Calvary 

Webber, T.O. , High Shoals High Shoals 

MINISTERS UCENSED THIS YEAR 

Boyd, John E., 1500- B, N. Modena St., Gastonia, 28052 Northside 

Coleman, John, R., Box 193- A, Dallas, 28034 Gaston 

Cobb, Kenneth, Rt. 1, Bessemer City, 28016 West Franklin Avenue 

Deese, Robert L., 304 Timberlane, Mount Holly, 28120 Mount Holly, First 

Groves, Clay A., Tennessee Seventh Avenue 

Moss, James K., Rt. 1, Box 51, Bessemer City 28016 West Franklin Avenue 

MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 

Rose, Jack, 426 Rosemary Lane, Gastonia, 28052 Cleveland Heights 

Ruff, Roy, Kings Mountain, 28086 Mountain View 

Vincent, Burgess, Rt. 3, Box 165, Dallas, 28034 Plainview 

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ORGANISTS (or pianist if no organist) 

Alexander Memorial Miss Shelia Kerley, 202 Edgecombe St., Belmont, 28012 

Alexis Mrs. Alfred Hager, Box 446, Alexis, 28006 

Anthony Grove Mrs. Lloyd Bumgarner, 706 E. Hawthorne Ave. , Cherryville, 

28021 

Belmont, East Mrs. W.E. Jones, 412 Church St., Belmont, 28012 

Belmont, First Nelson Hayes, 405 N. Central Ave., Belmont, 28012 

Berea Judy Duncan, Rt. 2, Gastonia, 28052 

Bessemer City, First Mrs. D.V. Matthews, Box 5, Bessemer City, 28016 

Bessemer City, Second Mrs. Debra Robbins, P.O. Box 363, Bessemer City, 28016 

Bethany (G) Mrs. Frances Pearson, 1007 Spring Rd., Gastonia, 28052 

Bethel Mrs. Sue Moore, 2219 1/2 E.Ozark Ave., Gastonia. 28052 

Bethlehem (G) Mrs, Evelyn Arrowood, 422 S. Chestnut, Gastonia, 28052 

Bingham (BC) Mrs. Ray W. England, 626 Athenia PL, Bessemer City, 28016 

Browntown Helen Nixon, Point Circle, Belmont, 28012 

Calvary (G) Mrs. C.A. Sahms, Jr., 723 Davis Park Rd., Gas., 28052 

Catawba Heights (B) Mrs. Vangie Altizer, 207 Pine Rd., Mt. Holly, 28120 

Centerview Miss Nancy Duncan, 508 W. Henry St., Belmont, 28012 

Chapel Grove None 

Cherryville, First Mrs. Raleigh Putnam, 1608 Sunset Rd., Cherryville, 28021 

Cherryville, Second Mrs. Carolyn Rayfield, Rt.2,Box 672, Bessemer City, 28016 

Chestnut Ridge Mrs. Delia Chastain, 203 Fulton St., Kings Mountain, 28086 

Cleveland Heights (G) Mrs. Rosita Jones, RFD 1 Box 280, Dallas, 28034 

Community Doris Pace 

Cramerton, First Mrs. Donald Latta, 153 8th Ave., Cramerton, 28032 

Cramerton, West Mrs. Lx)yce Dillard, 397 Woodlawn Ave., Cramerton, 28032 

Dallas Ted Huggins, 403 N. Oakland St., Dallas, 28034 

Fairview (G) Mrs. Charlotte Rhyne, Williamsburg Apt. #22, Gastonia, 28052 

Faith (B) Mrs. Martha Flowers, Belmont, 28012, 

Faith (BC) Brenda J. Grendstaff, 301 Tenn. Ave., Bessemer City, 28016 

Faith (G) Mrs. Edith Burns, 1104W. Walnut Ave., Gastonia, 28052 

Flint- Groves Gene Russell, 2108 E. Withers, Gastonia, 28052 

Fraley Memorial . .. Mrs. Treva Edmondson, 737 Spencer Mtn. Rd., Gastonia, 28052: 

Friendship Mrs. Kate Briggs, 909 Harper Rd., Gastonia, 28052, 

Gamble Hill Mrs. Mary Jo Aldridge, Rt 2, Bessemer City, 28016 

Gaston Mrs. Brenda Long, Rt. 2, Box 276, Cherryville, 28021 

Gastonia, East Mrs. Morris Hall, 932 Nottingham Dr., Gastonia, 28052; 

Gastonia, First Mrs. Fred Ratchford, 914 S. York St., Gastonia, 28052; 

Grace Mrs. Eddie Pressley, 2439 Lewiston Dr., Gastonia, 28052 

Harden None| 

Hickory Grove Mrs. Kathy Craig, Rt. 1, Mt. Holly, 28120| 

High Shoals Mrs. Joyce Hovis, P.O. Box 285, High Shoals, 28077 

Holland Memorial . . . Mrs. Beatrice Costner, Rt. 1, Bell Rd., Box 307, Bessemer City, 

28016 

Lakeview Mrs. Cora Lee Jenkins, 305 Orby St., Cramerton, 28032 

Long Creek Memorial Mrs. Peggy Hovis, Church Hill Dr., Dallas, 28034 

Loray (G) Mrs. Mary Johnson, 1018 Kensington Ave., Gastonia, 28052. 

Love Memorial (G) Mrs. John Kinnaman, 415 E. Park Ave., Gastonia, 28052 

Lowell, First Mrs. J.K. Carpenter, Rt. 1, Box 193, Belmont, 28012 

McAdenville Mrs. Gary Hunsucker, Box 75, McAdenville, 28101 

Macedonia Mrs. Joan Raxter, 2408 Wendy Lane, Gastonia, 28052 

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^Midway Mrs. Sandra Harmon, 1313 Ware Ave., Gastonia, 28052 

iModena Street (G) Mrs. Nancy Worrells, 821 Lewis St., Gastonia, 28052 

.Mount Beulah Mrs. Brenda Emory, Rt. 1, c/o Buford Tate, Bessemer City, 28016 

JMount Holly, First Kenneth Denton, 505 N. Hawthoren, Mt. Holly, 28120 

Mount Holly, Second 

Mount Zion Mrs. Ronald Beam, Rt. 1, Cherryville, 28021 

jMountain View 

jNew Hope Mrs. John Wall, 519 4th Ave., Gastonia, 28052 

jNew Life Mrs. Sherry Enloe, 524 N. Buckoak St., Stanley, 28164 

iNorth Main Street Mrs. Francis Bridges, Rt. 1, Box 310-C, Stanley, 28164 

Northside Mrs. John Slaton, 1332 Second St., Gastonia, 28052 

iOak Grove Mrs. Ricky Ford, Rt. 3, Cherryville, 28021 

jOakland 

Parkwood (G) Mrs. Gordon Bane, 624 Armstrong Park Rd., Gastonia, 28052 

Plainview Mrs. John Keener, Rt. 3, Box 65, Dallas, 28034 

Providence Mrs. Robert Gault, 1012 E. Maple Ave., Gastonia, 28052 

jRankin Lake (G) Mrs. Frances Carrigan, 608 Brookgreen Dr., Dallas, 28034 

iRanlo (G) Mrs. JoeBumgarner, 1238 N. New Hope Rd., Gastonia, 28052 

Ridge (G) Mrs. Alice Moss, Westview St., Gastonia, 28052 

iRidgeview Mrs. Linda Smith, Rt. 1, Box 449-A, Mt. Holly, 28120 

'Riverside (C) Miss Teresa Morris, 76 Riverside Dr., Cramerton, 28032 

Robinwood Mrs. Elaine Hoffman, Rt. 3, Hoffman Rd., Gastonia, 28052 

Rosewood Lane 

Salem Cathy Mitchell, 305- A Rhyne Circle, Ranlo 

,| Sandy Plains Mrs. Nelson Hoffman, Rt. 4, Beaty Rd., Gastonia, 28052 

(Seventh Avenue (G) Mrs. Dorothy Green, 1545Huntsmore Dr., Gastonia, 28052 

■ Shady Grove Miss Martha Hord, Rt. 3, Kings Mountain, 28086 

South Marietta St Mrs. Jerry Cloninger, 1005 N. Modena St., Gastonia, 28052 

South Point (B) Mrs. Ann Ewing, 118 Maple Circle, Belmont, 28012 

Spencer Mountain 

Springfield Mrs. Carol Royston, 2369 Old Field Rd., Gastonia, 28052 

Stanley, First Mrs. J.W. Long, 325 Brevard Dr., Stanley, 28164 

Stowe Memorial Betty Huffman, 2009 Redbud Dr., Gastonia, 28052 

Sunnyside Linda Scates, Rt. 1, Bessemer City, 28016 

j Sunset Forest Mrs. Max Toomey, Rt. 2, Box 384, Gastonia, 28052 

I Temple (G) Miss Renita Grain, 1514 Clo verd ale Ln., Gastonia, 28052 

! Trinity Mrs. Gail Hope, 5160 Midpines, Kings Mtn., 28086 

\ Tuckaseegee Mrs. Becky McCotter, 111 Tomberlin Rd., Mt. Holly, 28120 

I Unity (B) Mrs. Frances Whitesides, Rt. 2. Box 182- B, Gastonia, 28052 

! Unity (G) Mrs. Mildred Young, Rt. 2, Box 590, Bessemer City, 28016 

I Victory (G) 
I Webb's Chapel 

I West Franklin Avenue (G) Dennis Huffstickler, 319 Waco Rd., Kings Mountain, 

28086 
Woodlawn (L) Virginia Fulbright, 700 N. Main St., Lowell, 28098 

UST OF DIRECTORS OF LIBRARY SERVICES 

Alexander Memorial 

Alexis Miss Dorothy Long, Rt. 1, Iron Station, 28006 

Anthony Grove 

Belmont, East Mrs. Gerald Campbell, 500 Church St., Belmont, 28012 

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Belmont, First Mrs. L.B. Bass, Sr., 103 N. Central Ave., Belmont, 28012 . 

Berea Wanda Cloninger, Rt. 2, Gastonia, 28052 

Bessemer City, First Mrs. T.A. Lynn, Rt. 2, Box 337, Bessemer City, 28016 

Bessemer City, Second . . . Rev. Larry Robbins, P.O. Box 363, Bessemer City, 28016 

Bethany (G) 

Bethel 

Bethlehem (G) 

Bingham (BC) 

Browntown t 

Calvary (G) ■ / 

Catawba Heights (B) 

Centerview 

Chapel Grove 

Cherryville, First Miss Phyllis Philbeck, 109 E. Ballard St., Cherryville, 28021 

Cherryville, Second 

Chestnut Ridge Mrs. Margaret Rayfield, Rt. 1, Box 16, Kings Mountain, 28086 

Cleveland Heights (G) 
Community 

Cramerton, First Mrs. Donald Almond, Box 715, Cramerton, 28032 

Cramerton, West 

Dallas 

Fairview (G) 

Faith (B) 

Faith (BC) . ' 

Faith (G) 

Flint- Groves Mrs. Larry Lang, 2260 Vinton Dr., Dallas, 28034 

Fraley Memorial 

Friendship Mrs. Sam O. Stevenson, Rt. 1, Belmont, 28012 

Gamble Hill ■ 

Gaston 

Gastonia, East Robert N. Hoffman, 128 N. Gaston St., Dallas. 28034 

Gastonia, First Mrs. Julius Sanders, 1005 Hillside Lane, Gastonia, 28052 

Grace 
Harden 
Hickory Grove 

High Shoals Miss Cathy Babb, Rt. 3, Lincolnton, 38092 

Holland Memorial 

Lakeview Mrs. Willie Brittain, 17 Poplar St., Box 477, McAdenville, 28101 

Long Creek Memorial 

Loray (G) J. Lee Blalock. 1934 linwood Rd. , Gastonia, 28052 

Love Memorial (G) Mrs. Betty Baumgarner, 509 N. Morehead St., Gastonia, 28052 

Lowell, First Mrs. Ernest Westmoreland, Rt. 2, Dogwood Ln., Dallas, 28034 

McAdenville Miss Patti Rhyne, 307 McAdenville Rd., Belmont, 28012 

Macedonia 
Midway 

Modena Street (G) Miss Kay Hudspeth, 807 Lewis St., Gastonia, 28052 

Mount Beulah Mr. & Mrs. Steve Brooks, Dallas, 28034 

Mount Holly, First Mrs. E.B. Cox, Jr., Rt. 1, Box 185. Mt. HoUy, 28120 

Mount Holly, Second 

Mount Zion Mrs. David McSwain, Rt. 3, Cherryville, 28021 

Mountain View 

New Hope . . 



New Life Miss Denise Cloninger, 404 N. Mauney Ave., Stanley, 28164 

North Main Street 
Northside 
Oak Grove 
Oakland 

Parkwood (G) Mrs. M.O. Owens, Jr., 964 Sands wood Dr., Gastonia, 28052 

Plain view 
Providence 
Rankin Lake (G) 

Ranlo (G) Mrs. Alfred Morton, 85 Walnut Ave., Gastonia, 28052 

Ridge (G) Mrs. Betty Lunsford, N. Oakwood St., Gastonia, 28052 

Ridge view 
Riverside (C) 
Robinwood 
Rosewood Lane 
! Salem 

Sandy Plains Billy Joe Shultz, 628 Honeywood Lane, Gastonia, 28052 

Seventh Avenue (G) Edna Burleson, 926 East 8th Ave., Gastonia, 28052 

Shady Grove Mrs. Yates Withers poon, Rt. 2, Bessemer City, 28016 

South Marietta Street 
South Point (B) 

I Spencer Mountain 
Springfield 

i! Stanley, First Mrs. Jimmy Ramsey, P.O. Box 261, Stanley, 28164 

Stowe Memorial 

Sunnyside Miss Kay Ledford, Rt. 2, Bessemer City, 28016 

Sunset Forest 

II Temple (G) 
I Trinity 

I Tuckaseegee Miss Julie Pressley, 511 Tuckaseege Rd., Mt. Holly, 28120 

; Unity (B) Mrs. Claude Connell, 1003 E. Catawba St., Belmont, 28012 

t Unity (G) 
I Victory (G) 
' Webb's Chapel 

'West Franklin Avenue (G) ... Mrs. Wilburn Spencer, 1613 Blackwood Dr., Gastonia, 

28052 
Woodlawn (L) , Ruby Usery, 308 1st St., Lowell, 28098 



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Mrs. Jeanette Thompson, 5th St. Ext, Belmont 2801 
Brenda Grendstaff, 301 Tenn. Ave., Bessemer City 28 
Fred Tatham, 506 S. Linwood, Gastonia 28052 
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George Rumfelt, 14 Mellon Rd., Belmont 28012 
.Ino T MnnrP Sr 614 S. Main St.. Belmont 280 


Glenn Caldwell, Jr., Rt. 2, Box 246, Gastonia 28 
William A. Lindsay, Jr., Box 41, Bessemer City 2 
Mrs. J. B. Bowen, P. 0. Box 54, Bessemer City 2 
Mrs. Gertrude Daniels, 1003 Goble St., Gastonia 
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Eugene Heafner, 918 N. New Hope Rd., Gastoni 
O. T. Polk, 102 W. Carolina Ave., Bessemer City 
Mrs. Thelma Hargett, 211 Browntown Rd., Beln^ 
Mrs. Juta Robinson, Rt. 1, Clover, S. C. 29710 
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Houston Presley, 91 Acme Rd., Belmont 28012 
T. J. Harvell, 3109 West, Gastonia 28052 
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Lester Self, Jr., Dellinger Circle, Cherryville 280 
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Miss Coleen Woody, 1126 l\l. Ransom, Gastonia 
Earl Withers, 508 W. Trade, Dallas 28034 
Joel Ellington, Box 505, Cramerton 28032 
L. H. Marsh, 601 Gann St., Lowell 28098 
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J. W. Crews, Jr., 120 Burton Hills, Gastonia 28C 
J. Ralph Haynes, Rt. 1, Belmont 28012 
Miss Shirley Rose, Rt. 1, Clover, S. C. 29710 
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— ^^^f" 

ANNUAL 
of the 

of 
North Carolina 

FIFTY-FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION 

Held With • 

WOODLAWN BAPTIST CHURCH 
LOWELL, N. C. 
October 18, 1973 

and 

HIGH SHOALS BAPTIST CHURCH 
HIGH SHOALS, N. C. 
October 19, 1973 

The Next Annual Session Will Be Held With 

VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH 
GASTONIA, N. C. 28052 

GASTON BAPTIST CHURCH 
DALLAS, N. C. 28034 

Thursday and Friday, October 24-25, 1974 

Preacher - A. DOUGLAS ALDRICH 
Alternate - JERRY D. LETHCO 

1973 



CALENDAR 



1973 
Pastor's Conference - Monday after 4th Sunday each month. 
Ministers Wives - Wednesday after 4th Sunday except Summer. 
General Board - Monday after Second Sunday - Jan., April, July, OctoberJ 
Executive Committee - Monday after 1st Sunday each month. 
Promotional Committee - Tuesday after 1st Sunday each month. 



JANUARY - Make Your Will Month 
7-9 State VBS Clinic-Wingate 
7-11 Bible Study - Colossians 

13 Soul-Winning Commitment Day 
18-19 Teachers training for Home 

Missions Study-CaRAway 

FEBRUARY 

3 Baptist World Alliance 
Sunday 

4- 6 State Evangelism Conf . 

Greensboro 
8- 9 Assoc. Regional Renewal 
Conf. East. Laymen, Pas tor 
Church Staff-Findley Edge 
10 Race Relations Sunday 
10-16 WMU Focus Week 
15-16 Laymen's Witnessing Inst. 
Gardner-Webb College 
17 Baptist Seminaries, Colleges 

& Schools Day 
22 Assoc. BYW Meeting 

MARCH 
1- 2 Metro. Missions Conf. 
Greensboro 
1 Regional Adult Choir Fes- 
tival-Belmont, 1st 
3-10 Week of Prayer for Home 
Missions-Annie Armstrong 
Easter Offering 
10 Home Missions Day- in Sun- 
day School 
10-17 Youth Week 

14 S.S. Workshop for Team- 
Monroe 

15 All Sports Weekend-Gardner 
Webb 

16 Assoc. Baptist Youth Night 
18-20 Family Statewide Christian 

Life Workshop-Greensboro 
19-21 Minister's Conf . -Gardner 
Webb 
21 Day Camp Workshop 
22-23 St. Pioneer RA Congress 
Hickory, Ist-Ages 12-17 
31 Gardner-Webb Day In Churches 

APRIL 

2,3,4 VBS Clinics, Mt. Holly 1st; 
Ranlo ; Cher ryvi lie 1st 

5- 6 Spring BSU Conf. 

6 RA Track Coaching Clinic 



APRIL con't: 

"Easter Sunday 
Assoc. WMU Annual Meeting- 
Parkwood 7:00-9:00 
19-20 Weekend RA CAmp (Grades 4-12) 

CaRAway 

Family Camp Weekend 

Cooperative Program Day 

Doctrinal Emphasis Week 

St. Church Library WorkshopJ 

Charlotte 
26-27 Weekend RA Camp (Grades 1- 

CaRAway 
26-27 Youth Convention-Winston- 

Salem 

Life Commitment Sunday 

Rural-Urban Conf. 



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16 



19-20 

21 

22-26 

26-27 



28 
29-30 



MAY 

5-12^ 
6-10 

10-11 
12 

13-17 

13 

17-18 

17-18 

19 

19-25 



JUNE 



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Assoc. RA Track Meet 

Christian Home Week 

National Convention of Asi 

Missions, Ridgecrest 

Baptist Women's Retreat 

Mundo Vista 

Mother's Day; Hospital Offer 

ing 

Assoc. S.S. Workshops-and 

Bible Conf. 

Comm; Admin; Evangelism Conf 

Greensboro, First 

State RA Track Meet 

BW Retreat-Mundo Vista 

Baptist Radio & Television 

Sunday 

Soil Stewardship Week-Home 

Mission Emphasis 



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8 Summer Ball Program Begins 

9 Religious Liberty Sunday 
10 WMU Annual MeetingrDallas, 

Texas 
10 Camps Begin- 10 weeks ;Mundc 

Vista & CaRAway 
11-13 Southern Baptist Conventic 

Dallas, Texas 
16 Father's DAy; Scholarship 

Offering 
17-18 Assoc. Youth & Family Serv; 

Conference-Gastonia 1st 7-! 
21-22 BYW Retreat-Mundo Vista 
24-28 Girls in Action Caiap, Fruity 

Christian Citizenship Sunc^ 



22 

28 
30 



TABLB OF CONTENTS 



Annual Sexmon • ^ 41 

JAssociational Clerk's Honor Roll ..., 38 

Associatlonal Directory « 8 

^Calendar (1974) .' Inside Covers 

Church Anniversaries 55 

Church Directory 56 

Constitution and By-Laws 12 

Constitutional Changes .30 

Doctrinal Sermon 46 

General Board Members 10 

Historical Events 18 

historical Sketches (Host Churches) 3 

plessengers 5 

proceedings 19 

Program (Annual Session) 2 

Reports : 

I Annuity Board 32 

Brotherhood 21 

Budget for 1973-74 , 39 

Christian Action League 22 

Christian Life and Public Affairs 28 

Church Training 20 

Committee on Committees 19,8 

Evangelism Committee 31 

Executive Committee 27 

Foreign Missions 25 

Home Missions 24 

Missions Committee 19 

Nominating Committee 19,8 

Resolutions Committee 31 

State Missions 22 

Sunday School 19 

Treasurer's 28,34,36 

W. M. U 20 

Woman' s Missionary Union Annual Session Program 51 



Tables: 



Historical 63 

Statistical 64 



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PROGRAM 

55TH ANNUAL SESSION 
OCT. 18-19 

GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

1:30 - Registration 

2:00 - Worship ■ George J. England, Director 

Mrs. Virginia Fulbright, Organist 
Special Music "The King Is Coming" — Mrs. Martha McGibney, Soloist 

Mrs. Peggy Hovis, Accompanist 

2:20 - Committee Reports: 

Program James Revis 

Missions Jerry Lethco 

Nominating ■ Gerald Campbell 

Committee on Committees Marvin Willis ! 

Promotional Glenn Caldwell 

Stewardship Dan Blair | 

2:55 - Organizational Reports: 

Sunday School Marvin Willis 

Church Training Harry McCall 

W. M. U. • Mrs. Yates Craig 

Brotherhood » George Pettigrew 

3:30 - Weekday Ministries in the Association 

Min. to Senior Citizens Albert Leath 

Weekday Bible Study Mrs. William McGibney 

Kindergarten- ■ Mrs. Lawrence Hovis 

Day Care • — Mrs. Buford Blantonj 

4:10 - BREAK ' . ' 

4:25 - Hymn 

4:30 - Miscellaneous Business 

4:40 - Missions Reports 

State Missions — ■ ■ • ^^E. Lowell Spivey 

Home Missions Yates Campbell 

Foreign Missions A. Douglas Aldrich 

5:10 - Worship George J. England, Director 

Special Music: Gaston Baptist Pastor's Chorus 

Parker Snyder, Director Mrs. Peggy Hovis, Accompanist 

5:20 - Evangelistic Message Rev. Worth Grant 

Wycliffe Bible Translators 

6:00 - Break and Supper Dinner Music 

Riverside Baptist Church Trio 

EVENING FIRST DAY 

6:45 - Hymn 

6:50 - Memorials Alex Hegenbart 

7:00 - Associational Missions: 

Moderator Elvin Jones 

Executive Committee Frank Taylor 

Treasurer Fred West 

Finance Committee Worth Braswell 

Associational Handbook ■= Hoyle Allred 

7:45 - Christian Life and Public Affairs ■ William Wallace 

8:05 - Worship-Woodlawn Youth Chorus Jerry Mentzer, Director 

Annual Sermon Charles High 

Alternate - Ray Seism 

9:00 - Adjourn j 



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SECOND DAY - HIGH SHOALS 

8:45 - Registration 

9:00 - Worship James Smith, Director 

Mrs. Peggy Hovis, Organist 

Special Music Mrs. Iris Bradley, Soloist 

"There's Something About That Name" 
"I Know A Man Who Can" 
9:10 - Institutional Reports: 

Hospital John Campbell 

Homes for Aging Jerry Lethco 

Children's Homes William Brown 

Christian Education Eugene Johns 

9:50 - "This We're Doing In North Carolina" Jimmy Morris, Director 

Department of Communications — • Baptist State Conv. of N.C. 

10:30- BREAK 

10:45- Miscellaneous Business 

Resolutions James Barnes 

Evangelism W. Flay Payne 

Biblical Recorder Fred Crisp 

11:15- Worship James Smith 

Special Music Paul Robbins 

11: 30- Doctrinal Sermon A.A.Bailey 

12:00- LUNCH 

Ptgl| ^lioals ^apttst ^mt\] 

The HTgh Shoals Bapttst Church was first begun as a mission 
of the South Fork Assoctatton, Rev. J. A. Hoyle served as mission 
pastor during the years 1892-1893, with Rev. D. P. Bridges serving 
rn 1900, along wTth Mr. R. L. Chaney as Clerk. 

On October 19, 1902, 8.3 devoted Christians met to organize them- 
selves Tnto a Mlsstonary Baptist Church, with the aid of Rev. D. P. 
Bridges, Rev. J. A. Hoyle and Rev. W. B. McClure. The first build- 
ing was completed In 1904, beginning with 12 charter members. 

in 1912, Rev. G. P. Abernethy was pastor and the church was 
contributing to Home, State and Foreign Missions. The church build- 
ing was destroyed by wind in 1913 and rebuilt In 1915. 

During Rev. Morris Baker's pastorate in 1939, 7 classrooms were 
added to the church. 

In 19^8, Rev. J. A. Richardson and wife moved into a new parson- 
age, consisting of seven rooms and two baths. A Library was estab- 
lished in the church in August 1953. 

On October 15, 1950 Rev. Jack R. Bagwell became pastor. Con- 
struction of a new auditorium was completed In that same year. it 
was during Rev. Bagwell's ministry that the church experienced Its 
largest growth. 

Rev. Calvin Capps was pastor from 1 963 to I969. The church 
moved forward substantially during his pastorate. 

Rev. Philip Welchel, our present pastor, began his ministry 
here in July, 1970. During this year, 1973 our parsonage has been 
remodeled making it's present value at approximately $45,000.00. We 
have also purchased a $8,600.00 bus; thus beginning a bus ministry 
for the first time. 10^ of our total tithes and offerings during 
1972-73 was sent to the Cooperative Program and G.3% went to Assoc- 
iational Missions. We gained 31 members during 1972-73 and now have 
a membership of kk3. 

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Voedlawn Bapttst began as a Union Sunday School in a home lo- 
cated rn the old "Art Cloth Mill Village." It soon outgrew this 
home and moved to the Art Cloth School. It grew Into a strong Sun- 
day School, The group used Methodist literature. 

There was a desire on the part of the people to be affiliated 
with some denomination. A committee was elected to survey the com- 
munity to determine the leanings of the people. It was found that 
most of the people leaned toward the Baptist faith. 

Dr. Walter Gllmore, Missionary Field Worker for North Carolina 
Baptist State Convention, came to Lowell and helped In the organiz- 
ing of a Baptls.t Church on Sunday, July 29, 1928 In the Art Cloth 
School House. There were thlrty-stx people to Join as Cha r terMembers 
that day. 

At lt*^s second meeting, which took place on August 19, 1928 the 
church voted on the name "Woodlawn" as the name for the new church. 
Rev. D. F. Comstock was called as the first pastor. They continued 
to meet In the school bouse until 19'tl, when ground was broken for 
the erection of their first building. The building was completed in 
19^2 at a cost of $7,000.00. 

Woodlawn has had eight pastors in her forty-five years history. 
They are as follows: Rev. D. F. Comstock, Rev. W. T. Baucom, Rev. 
G. G. Bowen, Rev. M. P. Rhyne; under whose leadership the first 
building was erected In 19^2, Rev. M. W. Stallings, Rev. John Kin- 
namon, Rev. Morris Baker; who led the church In building a modern 
new Educational Building. Rev. Wade A. McKnight, the present pastor, 
was called In December of 1963 to begin as pastor in Janua ry ' 1 96^ . 
He has served almost ten years, and has been able to reap the harvest 
planted and watered by his predecessors through the years, each of 
whom made his own contribution to the growth of Woodlawn. 

The Lord has used these men of faith and the wonderful people of 
the community to build a great missionary minded church. During 
Woodlawn^s history, eight of her sons have given themselves to the 
ministry of the gospel at the call of God. They are serving well in 
their various positions. They are as follows: Rev. M. E. Gibson, 
Rev. J. T. Stafford, Rev. J. N. Grant, Rev. Charles Stafford, Rev. 
Thomas Ellington, Rev. Leonard Home, Rev. Quinn Howe, and Rey. 
Richard Peek. Woodlawn takes pride in the sending of these men out 
to advance the Kingdom of Jesus Christ. She is also proud of the worki 
that these men have done and are now doing to advance the Kingdom. 

Surely the "hand of the Lord" has been upon Woodlawn during these 
forty-five years. For from a meager beginning of thirty-six members 
In a small community with no building of its own until now she has 
six hundred and forty-six members and one of the most beautiful church 
campuses in the State with a present valuation of approximately 
$500,000.00. 

Woodlawn Baptist Church offers a full program of worship, teach- 
ing, training, and evangelistic outreach to her people and surround- 
l ng commun I ty . 







ALEXANDER MEMORIAL - P. W. Bailey, Alene Biggerstaff , Robbin 

Ritchie, Christopher Roberts. 
\LEXIS - Ruth C. Anderson, Mrs. Johnny Black, Mrs. Blair Bynum, 

Mrs. M. G. Cloer, Chaplain H. C. Hand, Mrs. Louise Hilderman, 

Mrs. Nova Hoover, Mrs, Edna Long, Mrs. Lee Stroupe. 
ANTHONY GROVE - A. M. Kiser, Cathy Leonhardt, Betty McSwain. 
3EECH AVENUE - Not represented 
BELMONT, EAST - Jack Austin, Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Campbell, Mr. & 

Mrs. W. Elvin Jones, Kevin B. Loftin, Mrs. A. C. Sams 
BELMONT, FIRST - Mrs. L. B. Bass, Mr. & Mrs. Walter Long, Mrs. 

Joe Moore, Jack Painter, James Parham. 
BEREA - Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Caldwell, Sr. , Mrs. Velma Crow. 
BESSEMER CITY, FIRST - A. A. Bailey, W. S. Cauder , Jr., Mrs. Rhea 

Lewis, Claude F. Lipford, Calvin May, Floyde Noblett. 
BESSEMER CITY, SECOND - Not represented 
BETHANY - Mr. & Mrs. James McKnight, Mr. & Mrs. Troy Thomas, 

Mildred Wilson. 
BETHEL - Daisy Beam, James Drennan, Lorena Messer. 
BETHLEHEM - R. 'Love Dixon. 
BINGHAM MEMORIAL - Ray England, Betty Ford, Mr. & Mrs. 0. T. Polk, 

Sr. 
BROWNTOWN - Not represented 
CALVARY - Phillip Arrowood, Melvin D. Costner, Bill Deaton, B. I. 

Epting, Woodrow Hardin, Mrs. Julia Ratchford, Mrs. Charles 

Robinson, Jack Sahms. 
CATAWBA HEIGHTS - Logan Huffstetler, Max Pendleton. 
CENTERVIEW - Jess Ballew, Mrs.. R. W. Beaty, Mrs. Annie Ledbetter, 

Mattie Lowe. 
CHAPEL GROVE - Mrs. O. H. Harrison, Mrs. Etta Scoggins, T. A. 

Usery, Mr. & Mrs. S. Guy Walker. 
CHERRYVILLE, FIRST - A. Melton Black, Albert Leath, Jr., Paul D. 

Robins . 
CHERRYVILLE, SECOND - Louise Davis, Dewey Lynn, Wilford Short. 
CHESTNUT RIDGE - Mitchell Pruitt, Etta Pruitt. 
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS - J. E. Ho 1 comb , Bartley Paul Home. 
COMl^UNITY - Mrs. Ross Bumgarner, Julia Petty, Parnell Shives , Mr. 

& Mrs. Roland Simmons 
CRAMERTON, FIRST - Mr . & Mrs. Don Almond, Mrs. D. M. Ballard, 

Essie Hilland, Eugene E. Johns, Mr. & Mrs. Howard A. Price. 
CRAMERTON, WEST - James Barnes, F. M. Brandon, Mrs. William Lee 

Cook, Hoyt Hudson, Edith Pryor. 
■DALLAS,- Worth Braswell, Mitchell Carr, Lela Durham, Eunice W. 

Elmore, Mrs. Clyde Thornburg. 
FAIRVIEW - Fred S. Chastain, Joanna Kanipe, W. F. Payne, Mrs. Hal 

Webb. 
./FAITH, BELMONT - Not represented 
FAITH, BESSEMER CITY - Not represented 
FAITH, GASTONIA - A. Renard Nolen, Lois Nolen. 
FLINT GROVES - Mr . & Mrs. J. E. Christopher, Mrs. Ferrie Ewing, 

Mrs. Peggy Evington, Betty Flynn, Ida Russell, Mr. & Mrs. William 

A. Wallace, Mrs. Docia Warren. . 
FRALEY MEI-IORIAL - Leon Nicholson. 
FRIENDSHIP - Sam O. Stevenson 

GAMBLE HILL - Mrs. Matt Carringer, Phyllis Carroll. 
GASTON - Edward H. Causby , Mrs. Margurite Huggins , P. J. James. 
GASTONIA, EAST - Mr . & Mrs. A. B. Clayton, J. M. Gaddis, Harry M. 

McCall, Jr., W. E. Porter, Fern Smith, Ward A. Smith. 
GASTONIA, FIRST - Douglas Aldrich, Patricia L. Harnett, Mr. & Mrs. 



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Earle W. Brockman, Mr. & Mrs. A. B. Hainmett, Fred Ruckett, Fred 

D. West. 

GRACE - Joe A. Campbell, Mrs. Nettie Uren. 

HARDIN - James C. Jetton, Mrs. Ruby Moore. 

HICKORY GROVE - Not represented. 

HIGH SHOALS - Dennis Blankenship, Leola Cook, Eula High, Marshall 

High, Mrs. Rose Ann Reep, Philip Welchel. 
HOLLAND MEMORIAL - Not represented. 
LAKEVIEW - Mrs. W. A. Jenkins, Toney Payne, W. C. Sanford, E. Ray 

Seism. 
LONG CREEK MEMORIAL - Mrs. Edd Carpenter, Fred C. Crisp, Mary K. 

McGinnis 
LORAY - Mr. & Mrs. Tommy R. Barton, Virgil Collette, Mr. & Mrs. 

L. M. Jenkins, Glain S. Pennell, Raymond ri. White. 
LOVE MEMORIAL - Mrs. Betty Baumgarner, Mrs. Ellen Loftin, Mrs. 

Betty Stewart. 
LOWELL, FIRST - Dan Blair, L. E. Bookout, Ralph McMahan, Mrs. 

Faye McMahan, Harry L. Sturgis. 
MCADENVILLE - Billy R. Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Odell Rankin, Mr. & Mrs. 

E. J. Rumfelt. 

MACEDONIA - Mr . & Mrs. Guy Cabaniss, Elease Cole. 

MIDWAY - James D. Crocker, Bob Hatcher, Brenda Hatcher, Mrs. 

Vernie Panther 
MODENA STREET - Not represented 
MOUNT BEULAH - Barbara Farris, J. D. Lethco, Mrs. Dean Moffitt, 

Samuel F. Stroupe, Mrs. Ethel Stroupe. 
MOUNT HOLLY, FIRST - Mrs. F. H. Abernethy, Mrs. E. B. Arndt. , 

Ellen Dunn, Mrs. M. L. Henderson, J. D. Williams. 
MOUNT HOLLY, SECOND - J. G. Early, Oscar Mathis, Mrs. Mildred 

McGee. Mrs. Walker Stilwell. 
MOUNT ZION - Alpha Huffman, Mr. & Mrs. Marshall Craig., L. A. Gable 

Sally Helms. 
MOUNTAIN VIEW - Not represented. 

NEW HOPE - Mr. & Mrs. Yates E. Campbell, Peggy Hovis. 
NEW LIFE - Mrs. Azalee Beachem, Mrs. Glenn Rhyne. 
NORTH MAIN STREET - Ted Bell, Ranson R. Bentley, Mrs. Zelda 

Bentley, E. D. Wells. 
NORTHS IDE - C. V. Carver. - 

OAK GROVE - Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Ayers , Lucille Beam, Linda Roberson. 
OAKLAND - Not represented. 
PARKWOOD - Mr. M. 0. Owens, Jr., H. S. Redding, Sr. , Mrs. Jerry 

Strickland. 
PLAINVIEW - O. R. Costner, Nancy McClure, Helen Norman, Mrs. 

Columbus Smith. 
PROVIDENCE - Mr. & Mrs. R. H. McDonough. 
RANKIN LAKE - Larry Blake, Edwin Jackson. 
RANLO - Mrs. Eunice Auten, Mrs. G. S. Grice, Perry Huffstetler, 

Johnnie Morton. 
RIDGE - N. B. Bentley, Mrs. Ethel Bentley, R. B. Burleson, Mr. & 

Mrs. Was tie Johnson, Mr. & Mrs. E. B. Tessner. 
RIDGEVIEW - W. T. Greene, David Helton, Ralph Holcomb. 
RIVERSIDE - Mrs. Loman Giles, Mrs. Georgia Meacham, Clarence 

Morris, Sr. 
ROBINWOOD - Mr. & Mrs. Girlie R. Davis. 
ROSEWOOD LANE - Not represented. 
SALEM - Mrs. Ruth Peek 
SANDY PLAINS - Fred Denton, Mrs. Coit Hoffman, Mrs. Monnie Roberts 

Mr. & Mrs. M. N. Simpson, Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Willis 
SEVENTH AVENUE - Not represented 
SHADY GROVE - Mr . & Mrs. Floyd Mauney, Mrs. J. D. Sellers, Frank 

Taylor, Mr. & Mrs. J. Roy Witherspoon. 
SOUTH MARIETTA STREET - Mr . & Mrs. Hoyle B. Alexander, 



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A. C. Baumgardner , Mrs. Clyde F. Gunter, Hazel W. Hudgins , Mrs. 
Stella Hudson. 
'SOUTHPOINT - Helen Auten, Mrs. Paul Leatherman. 
j SPENCER MOUNTAIN - Not represented. 
'SPRINGFIELD - Not represented. 

STANLEY, FIRST - Clyde Armstrong, Mrs. Yates Craig, Mr. i Mrs. 

Charles High, Charlotte High, J. V. Lineberger, Mr. & Mrs. H. C. 
\ Munga . 

iSTOWE MEMORIAL - Mrs. Dorothy Campbell, Mrs. Edward Campbell, 
I Larry Eugene Frady, Mrs. Lonnie Lee, Mrs. Sallie Lee. 
JSUNNYSIDE - J. E. Campbell, Eugene Passmore, Raymond Short. 
{SUNSET FOREST - Florine Pressley, Claudia Wyke. 
JTEMPLE - W. C. Hill, D. Parker Snyder. 

TRINITY - Mr. & Mrs. Tommy Carpenter, Grady Pierce. 

TUCKASEEGE - Mack Pressley, Mr. & Mrs. John G. Yelton. 

j UNITY, BELMONT - Mrs. Lula Mae Ballard, Mr. & Mrs. Claude Connell, 

I Ruby Davis, Mrs. Mae Green. 

JUNITY, GASTONIA - Mrs. Lela Braswell, Herman Motsinger, Mrs. 

j Pauline Pearson, Mrs. Pauline Shultz, Mrs. W. B. Wallace. 

[victory - Not represented 

WEBBS CHAPEL - Mrs. Ethel Crawford 

WEST FRANKLIN AVENUE - Mrs. W. B. Echerd, Sr., Lama Herring 

WOODLAWN - Marion Baker, Mrs. Lucy Cowan, Myra Ear ley, George 
England, Virginia Fulbright, Gerry Mentzer, Mrs Ann McKnight, 
Wade McKnight, Jane Saunders, Pam Usery 

There were 318 registered messengers with 82 churches represented 
and 79 visitors. 



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DIRECTORY 

I . OFFICERS I973-7A 

Moderator ...W. Elvln Jones, 412 Church St , , Bel mont , 28oj 

Vice Moderator Glenn Ca I dwell , Sr , , Rt . 2 , Box 227 , Gas ton la , 280; 

Clerk Leon N?cholson,Rt.3 ,Box43 , Dal las, 28 

Treasurer Fred D. West, 539 Downey PI . , Ga s ton la , 280 

Parliamentarian ..A. A. Bailey, 101 E. Texas Ave ., Bessemer CIty,280 

Librarian George Fowler, Rt. 2, Box 665, Dallas, 28o 

Historian Guy Walker, 2367 Hedgewood Cr., Gastonia, 280 

Sunday School D I rector . . .Ma rv I n Willis, 48l6 Union Road, Gastonia, 280 
Church Trng. D I rec tor . . Ha r ry McCall, 117 N. Patrick St., Gastonia, 280, 
Brotherhood D I rector .. George Pet t I grew, 3032 Audrey Dr i ve , Gas ton ia , 280 

W. M. U. Director Mrs, Yates Craig, P.O. Box 296, Stanley, 281 

Music D I rector ..; Herman Mot s I nger , 't 1 8 N. Myrtle School Rd . ,Ga ston i a , 28 

I I . TRUSTEES 

H. F. Lovingood, Forest Roberts, Jr., Truett Smith 

Ml. INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Homes for Aging Forest Roberts, S| 

Chi Idren • s Homes Bill Bro 

Hospital .....John Campbe] 

Christian Education Eugene Joh; 

IV. COMMITTEES 

COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

1974 - Richard Hicks; Fred West; Mack Pressley, Chrmn. 

1975 - Eleanor Craig; B.I*. Epting; Roland Simmons 

1976 - Jerry Lethco; Frank Hoyle; Fred Crisp 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

1974 - John Kinnaman; Worth Braswell, Chrmn. 

1975 - C. Harry Huss; J.D. Williams 

1976 - Frances Beatty; Buren Neill 

ORDINATION 

197^* - Stanley Howard, Chrmn.; John Kale f 

1975-GlennCa1dwell;GuyCabiness | 



1976 - Sam Stevenson; C.V. Garver 

NOMINATING 

1974 - Guy Walker; Mrs. Eddie Pressley 

1975 - Dwight Beam; Ray England 

1976 - Mrs. Hoyle Allred; J.D. Williams, Chrmn 

MISSIONS 

1974 - Lowell Spivey, Chrmn; Gene Frady 

1975 - Mrs. John Keener; Mrs. Ellen Moore 

1976 - Eugene Johns; L.A. Gable 







STEWARDSHIP 

1974 - Max Cratg, Chrmn 
11975 - M.O. Owens, Jr. 
|l976 - Blatr Carr 

EVANGELISM 

i197i» - Alfred Wright 
il975 - James Barnes 
I976 - Hoyle Alexander, 



Chrmn . 



;HRISTIAN life AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 
97i» - W.H. "BIl r" Rucker 

975 -Bin Wal lace, Chrmn. 

976 - Harold Flte 



RESOLUTIONS 

197^ - Mrs. Gerald Campbell 

1 975 - Jesse Ba 11 ew 

1976 - Charles Summey 

PROGRAM 

I97A - James Revis 

1975 - Glain Pennell, Chrmn 

1976 - Phlll Ip Welchel 1 



Chrmn 



ASSOC lATIONAL PROPERTY 
I97A - Mrs. Paul Moss 

1975 - Love Dixon, Chrmn. 

1976 - Mrs. Wade McKnIght 

CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 
197^ - A. A. Bailey, Chrmn . 

1975 - Fred Crisp 

1976 - Wal ter Long 

SPECIAL COMMITTEE 
South Mountain Camp 

Garland Ear 1 y , Chrmn . 

Lonnle Bryson, Ladd Maxwell 

APPOINTED BY MODERATOR 
Co mm I ttee-on-Commi ttees 

Marvin Willis, Chrmn . 

B.I. Ept I ng 

Mitchell Prultt 

Mack P ress 1 ey 

E.W. Brockman 

Mrs. James Llneberger 



V. SUNDAY SCHOOL AND CHURCH TRAINING 



SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTOR..? Marvin Willis 

Teaching Improvement Dlr . •• Wayne Johnston 

Outreach Dlr ec tor Richard HIcks 

V.B.S. Director Albert Leath, GlaIn Pennell 

I Adult Director Garland Early 

j! Youth Director Peggy EvIngton 

llChlldren'n's Director Gerald Campbell 

Pre-School Director Patsy Campbell 

fCHURCH TRAINING DIRECTOR Harry McCall 

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VI. WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION DIRECTOR Mrs. Yates Cralg 

j Baptist Women Director Mrs. Don Westmoreland 

I Baptist Young Women Director Mrs. Bob Owens 

I Acteens Director Mrs. Jimmy Champion 

I Girls In Action Director Mrs. Dwayne Goodson 

5 Mission Friends Director Mrs. Bill Wilson 

Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Bob Rowland 

WMU Advisor Mrs. Jerry Strickland 

Literacy Chairman Mrs. W. W. Daves 

Nominating Committee: Mrs. Jimmy Champion; Mrs. Jerry Strickland; 

Mrs. Dennis Russell, Chrmn. 



VII. BROTHERHOOD 

JBROTHERHOOD DIRECTOR George Pettigrew 

l| Royal Ambassador Leader Johnny Mangum 

i R.A. Baseball Commissioner Clarence Morris 

Asst. Commissioner Gene Baughman 

I R.A. Track Coach Barron W. Lee 

SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS 
Rev. Hoyle Al 1 red .3039 Gardner Park Dr., Gastonia 



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DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 

l^ev. Yates Campbell -. 1 607 Ranktn Lake Rd . , GastonI 

ASSOCIATIONAL PERSONNEL 

Mrs. Judy Cook Office Secretar 

Mrs. Dorothy Al 1 red Promotional Secretar 

Mrs. Jo Ann Pressley Part-time Secretar 

Mrs. Jerry Strickland Case Work* 

Mrs. Lou Lethco Part-tlme Case Work« 

Rev. Frankl In Hartman Custodia 

MOTTO 

"Ephphras, who is one of you, a Servant of Christ, saluteth you, 
always laboring fervently with you in prayer, that ye may stand per- 
fect and complete in all the will of God." Co.^:12. 

(Adopted at the Organization of the Assoc lat i on , November 4,1919) 

GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 

All pastors are members of the General Board 

ALEXANDER MEMORIAL Mrs. P.W. Bailey, Mr. C.W. Robinso 

ALEXIS Dub Tate, Alfred Hage 

ANTHONY GROVE = Hubert McSwain, Mr. Frank Sal 

BELMONT, EAST Gerald Campbell, Max Robinso 

BELMONT, FIRST Claude Smith, James Parha 

BEREA Jack. Deviney, Johnny Stai nbac 

BESSEMER CITY, FIRST .' Mrs. Frank Sisk, Mr. Calvin Ma 

BESSEMER CITY, SECOND Helen Sprinkle 

BETHANY. . J.T. Braswel 

BETHEL Kenneth Braswell, Richard Messe 

BETHLEHEM Fred Ware, Edd Herm 

BINGHAM Stanley Waters, O.T. Pol 

BROWNTOWN 

CALVARY Jack Sahms, Woodrow Hard! 

CATAWBA HEIGHTS Logan Huffstetler, Floyd Loftin & Clyde Dend 

CENTERVI EW 
CHAPEL GROVE 

CHERRYVILLE, FIRST Sam Sigmon, Bud Blaci 

CHERRYVILLE, SECOND 

CHESTNUT RIDGE Jack Rayfield, Bill Rab 

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS Dillard Treaodway, Troy Gallowa 

COMMUNITY 

CRAMERTON, FIRST R.M. Pence, Hoyt Hudson 

CRAMERTON, WEST Max Brandon, Ernest Dillar 

DALLAS Ernest Penley, Lathan Wrigh 

FAIRVIEW Fred Chastain, Don Conra[ 

FAITH, BELMONT Keith Chronistej 

FAITH, BESSEMER CITY Mr. & Mrs. Pinkney Mitchell 

FAITH, GASTONIA Lois Nolen, Marie Bun ton (A 1 terna te 

FLINT-GROVES Richard Bullis, H.L. Clin 

FRALEY MEMORIAL j 

FRIENDSHIP L.T. Ma t heson , J r . , Jack Ellingto 

GAMBLE HILL Mike Shipman, Mrs. Phyllis Carrol 

GASTON Edward Causby, Tommy Bogg 

GASTONIA, EAST Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Clayto 

GASTONIA, FIRST J. Furman Lewis, Forest Roberts, Sr 



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GRACE Don Clemmer, George Rhyne 

HARDIN Clyde Smith, Frank Steelman 

JHICKORY -GROVE L.G. Abernathy, Ed Almond 

JHIGH SHOALS Lester McGinnis, Junior Bolin 

'HOLLAND MEMORIAL Hurley Ballard, I va Lee Owens, Pearl Craft 

LAKEVIEW Dan Rhodes, Dick Shelton 

JLONG CREEK MEMORIAL Marvin McCraw, Edward Ashe 

LORAY.* Buford Blanton, Joe Styers 

LOVE MEMORIAL Wade Putnam, Willie Sutton 

LOWELL Ralph McMahan, Foy Hege 

McADENVILLE ....Uorman Hicks, Harvey Roberts 

MACEDONIA Rufus Bell, Jack Raxter 

MIDWAY 
ODENA 

T. BEULAH Dean Baker, Jack Garrett 

T. HOLLY, FIRST H.J. Lark, Fred Price 

T. HOLLY, SECOND Harold Hartsell, James Musselwhite 

T. ZION John Lee Black, David McSwain 

|mountain view 

NEW HOPE 
NEW LIFE 

INORTH MAIN ST R.R. Dentley 

NORTHSIDE Orville Kirkland, James Hayes 

OAK GROVE 
loAKLAND 

PARKWOOD J.C. Smith, Ralph Crisp 

PLAINVIEW A.J. Neal, Mitchell McClure 

PROVIDENCE Mrs. Blenda Gault, Mrs. Linda Westmoreland 

RANKIN LAKE Billy G. Griffie, Larry Blake 

RANLO Billy G. McSwain 

RIDGE Guy Crain, Harold Lunsford 

RIDGEVIEW David Helton, Howard Long 

ijRIVERSIDE Jack Brown, Elmore Parton 

ROBINWOOD Mr. &Mrs. G.R. Davis 

ROSEWOOD LANE 
jSALEM 

JSANDY PLAINS Jack Price, Troy Jenkins 

JSEVENTH AVE. 

jSHADY GROVE Bill Mauney, J. P. Hord 

S. MARIETTA ST Horace Rhodes, Leno Hawkins 

isOUTH POINT Welburn Johnson, Craig Auten 

SPENCER MOUNTAIN 
SPRINGFIELD 

STANLEY, FIRST Clyde Armstrong, Max Craig 

STOWE MEMORIAL Walter Garnett, John Lawing 

SUNNYSI DE 

SUNSET FOREST Gary Rankin, Torrence Smith 

TEMPLE Dean Stewart, D. Parker Snyder 

TRINITY Ben Neal, Tommy Carpenter 

TUCKASEEGEE Mr. & Mrs. John Yelton 

UNITY, BELMONT John Coins, Fred Helton 

jUNITY, GASTONIA Carl Whitesides, Frank Young 

JVICTORY Ray Byrd, Bill Powers 

WEBB'S CHAPEL 

IWEST FRANKLIN AVE Mrs. -Bill Duncan, Mrs. Doyt R. Hoffman, Jr. 

WOODLAWN R.L. Culbreth, Max Barley 



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Constitution 



PREAMBLE 

We, the Missionary Baptist Churches of Jesus Christ, composing 
the Gaston Baptist Association, convinced of the necessity of an 
association of churches in order to promote fellowship, missions, 
education. Christian service, the preaching of the Gospel, and to 
cooperate with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and 
the Southern Baptist Convention in their work, do hereby agree and 
subscribe to the following articles. 

ARTICLE I. NAME 

The name of the body shall be the Gaston Baptist Association 
of North Carolina. 

ARTICLE II. MEMBERSHIP 

The membership of the Association shall be composed of the 
pastors of all member churches, and three messengers from each 
church for the first one hundred members or fraction thereof, and 
one additional messenger from each church for each additional one 
hundred members or major fraction thereof, provided that no church 
shall have more than ten messengers in addition to the pastor. Such 
messengers shall be duly certified to. in the annual letter sent by 
the church to the annual meeting of the Association. 

ARTICLE III. AUTHORITY 

This Association claims to be independent and sovereign in 
its own sphere, but shall never attempt to exercise any authority 
over the internal affairs of the churches. 

ARTICLE IV. MEETINGS 

The Association shall meet annually on Thursday after the third 
Sunday in October and continue for two days or longer in the judge- 
ment of the Program Committee, subject to the approval of the Assoc- 
iation. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special 
meetings may be called by the Executive Committee, provided two 
weeks notice is given to the member churches. 

ARTICLE V. OFFICERS 

The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Historian, Librarian 
and three trustees. They shall be elected by the Association in 
its annual meeting and shall serve until their successors are elected. 
Vacancies occurring between annual meetings shall be filTed by the 
Executive Committee, except the office of Moderator, in which the 
Vice-Moderator shall automatically become Moderator. 

ARTICLE VI. ORGANIZATIONS 

The Association shall encourage and promote such associational 
organizations as Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary 
Union, Brotherhood, Music and such other organisations which are in 
keeping with the purpose of this Association, with their full staffs 
and programs necessary for the promotion of the work. The officers 
of these organizations shall be elected by the Association in its 
annual meetings and shall serve until their successors are elected. 
Vacancies occurring between annual meetings shall be filled by the 
Promotional Committee. 



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ARTICLE VII. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

The Association shall have an Associational Board composed of the 
Officers of the Association, the Associational Sunday School Director, 
the Associational Director of Church Training, the Associational W.M.U, 
; Director, the Associational Brotherhood Director, the Associational 
'Music Director, the senior pastors of the member churches and two 
j members from each member church to be elected by the church. The two 
j members from each church shall be duly certified in the annual church 
letter. Associate pastors, ministers of youth, music, and education 
may attend as non-voting members. 



ARTICLE VIII. COMMITTEES 

The Moderator shall appoint at the annual meeting of the Assoc- 
iation a Committee on Committees, consisting of six members of whom 
not less than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

The Association shall have the following standing Committees, 
along with other committees authorized by the Association or the 
Associational Board. 



1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the Moderator, 
chairman of the Promotion Committee, the chairman of the Finance 
Committee, the chairman of the Missions Committee, the chairman of the 
Properties Committee, the chairman of the Constitution Committee and 
nine other members of whom not less than three shall be other than 
pastors at all times. 

2. The Promotional Committee shall be composed of the Vice- 
Moderator who shall serve as chairman, the chairman of the Executive 
Committee, the Chairman of Evangelism Committee, the Chairman of the 
Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee, and the organizational 
leaders as provided in Article VI. 

3. The Finance Committee shall be composed of six members of 
whom not less than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

4. The Missions Committee shall be composed of six members of 
whom not less than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

5. The Nominating Committee shall be composed of six members of 
whom not less than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

6. The Program Committee shall be composed of three members of 
whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

7. The Resolutions Committee shall be composed of three members 
of whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

i 8. The Stewardship Committee shall be composed of three members 
j of whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

9. The Evangelism Committee shall be composed of three members 
of whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

i 10. The Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee shall be 
] composed of three members of whom not less than one shall be other 
! than a pastor at all times. 

I 11. The Properties Committee shall be composed of three members 
I of whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

12. The Ordination Committee shall be composed of six pastors. 



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13. The Constitution Cornm:- ttee shall be composed of three members. 

ARTICLE iX. NEW CHURCHES 

The Association may receive other churches into its fellowship 
upon receipt of letters of dismissions from other like associations. 
It may also receive newly constituted churches whose Articles of Faith 
harmonize with the generally accepted membership in the Association 
shall be received under the watchcare for a period of time sufficient 
to prove, through practice and attitude, its place as a cooperating 
Baptist Church. A church, upon organization, may apply for member- 
ship through the Executive Committee of the Association. If, in the 
judgment of the Missions Committee, such church has met the require- 
ments stated above, the Missions Committee may recommend at the next 
annual meeting that such church be received into the full fellowship 
of the Association. During this period of watchcare such churches shal: 
be entitled to all rights and privileges of the Association except 
that their members shall not hold office nor vote. 

ARTICLE X. DISCIPLINE 

Any church failing to report the annual letter to the Association, 
or failing to be represented at the annual meeting, or failing to 
contribute worthily to Associational and Denominational Missions, for 
two consecutive years, shall be notified by the Executive Committee 
that if their failure is not remedied by the next annual meeting, 
recommendation shall be made to remove said church from the membership 
in the Association. 

ARTICLE XI. CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES 

This Constitution may be amended at any annual meeting of the 
Association by a two-thirds majority of the messengers present on the I 
second day, at a time provided by the Program Committee, provided ,j 
the proposed amendment has been presented to the Executive Committee 
in writing at least thirty days prior to the annual meeting, and pro- 
vided the proposed amendment is read to the Association on the first 
day of the annual meeting. 

ARTICLE XII. QUORUM 

Messengers from twenty-five percent of the churches enrolled as 
members of the Association shall constitute a quorum. 



The Parliamentary authority of the 
Rules of Order (latest revised edition) . 



BY-LAWS 

BY-LAW I. PARLIAMENTARY RULES 

ciation shall be Roberts 



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BY-LAW II. ASSOCIATIONAL YEAR 
The Associational year shall begin October 1 and close September 



BY-LAW III. MEETINGS 

The regular meetings of the Association shall be held at such 
places as may be decided by the Association in regular session. Special 
meetings or change of places that may become necessary shall be 
decided by the Executive Committee. Each session of the Association 
shall be opened and closed with prayer. 



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BY-LAW IV. DUTIES OF OFFICERS 

1. The Moderator shall preside over the meetings of the Assoc- 
iation according to the Constitution and By-Laws, and appoint a 
Committee on Committees. He shall be chairman of the Associational 
Board/ meiYiber of the Executive Committee, and shall be an ex-officio 
member of all other committees. The Moderator shall assiome the duties 
of the Superintendent of Missions as assigned when the Association is 
not served by one by reason of resignation and/or illness. He shall 
be ineligible to succeed himself after the second successive term. 

2. The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the 
pleasure of the Moderator, and shall be vice-chairman of the Assoc- 
iational Board and chairman of the Promotional Committee. 

3. The Clerk shall send annual report forins to the member 
churches at least thirty days prior to the annual Associational 
meeting, keep an accurate record of the proceedings of the Association, 
supervise the printing and the distributing of the minutes to the 
member churches,, subject to the approval of the Executive Committee, 
keep on file copies of the minutes, records and other docvjnents of the 
Association, and serve as Secretary of the Associational Board. For 
these services the clerk may receive an honorarium annually to be 
decided by the Association. 

4. The Treasurer shall receive and bank all funds of the Assoc- 
iation in the name of the Association, disburse the same upon instruct- 

I ions from the Association, its Associational Board or as designated in 
[the budget; render an accurate report of receipts and disbursements at 
I the annual meeting, give a report at each quarterly Associational Board 
! meeting; audit the Executive Committee when requested by that committee; 
land keep books available and up to date for examination. For mutual 
!| protection the Treasurer shall be bonded in such an amount a? the 
ji Executive Committee shall direct. For these services the Treasurer 
limay receive an honorarium .annually to be decided by the Association. 

I 5. The Parliamentarian shall advise and assist the Moderator 
I and the Association with respect to all matters involving proper 
parliamentary procedure,. 

6. The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on 
p the Association and its churches, and shall present a written report 

at each annual meeting of the Association. 

7. The Librarian shall direct and supervise the Library Program 
of the Association and have charge of the Associational Library, and 

ij shall present a written report at each annual meeting of the Association, 

8. The three Trustees shall hold and preserve properly the 
titles to all property, or properties, of the Association, whether 
real or otherwise, and shall execute such transfers of title, or 
signatures, ari may be authorized by the Association or Associational 
Board. 

BY-LAW V. DUTIES OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERS 

1. The Associational Sunday School Director shall promote and 
supervise the Sunday School Program of the Association, and shall be 
responsible for the direction of the Vacation Bible School v;ork of the 
Association in cooperation with the Superintendent of Missions. 

2. The Associational Church Training Director shall promote and 
supervise the Church Training Program of the Association in cooperation 
with the Superintendent of Missions. 



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3. The Associational Woman's Missionary Union Director shall 
promote and supervise the Woman's Missionary Union Program of the 
Association in cooperation with the Superintendent of Missions and 
in keeping with the Constitution and By-Laws of Woman's Missionary 
Union of Gaston Baptist Association. 

4. The Associational Brotherhood Director shall promote and 
supervise the Brotherhood Program of the Association in cooperation 
with the Superintendent of Missions. 

5. The Associational Music Director shall promote and supervise 
the Music Program of the Association in cooperation with the Super- 
intendent of Missions. 

BY-LAW VI. THE ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

The Assocational Board shall hold four quarterly meetings and 
others as necessary, and present a written report to the Association 
at its annual meeting. It shall be the duty of the Associational 
Board to act for the Association in the interim between annual meetings, 
It shall carry out the policies and will of the Association. 

"One or more members of the Board from each of thirty percent 
of the churches enrolled as members of the Association shall constitute 
a quorum. " 

BY-LAW VII. DUTIES OF COMMITTEES 

1. The Committee on Committees shall nominate the members of 
the several standing committees (except the Promotional Committee) 
and present them for election by the Association, fill any vacancies 
that may occur between annual meetings; and appoint special committees 
that may be authorized by the .Association or its Associational Board. 

2. The Executive Committee shall administer all matters committed 
to it by the Association or its Associational Board and decide on 
routine and emergency matters between sessions of the Associational 
Board. It shall initiate and recommend matters concerning business 
management and approve the employment of all personnel except the 
Superintendent of Missions, and Director of Christian Social Ministries^ 
It shall accept applications for membership in the Association from 
newly constituted churches and may receive said churches under watch- 
care until the next annual meeting. It shall provide annually for an 
audit of the Treasurer's records and report the condition of the 
financial records to the Association. It shall give full guidance 

and direction to the Superintendent of Missions and Director of 
Christian Social Ministries in formulating plans and promoting the 
work of the Association in general. It shall meet monthly but a 
quorum of seven shall be necessary to transact business. 

3-. The Promotional Committee shall coordinate the activities of 
the Associational organizations and plan and promote an Associational 
calendar of activities. It shall meet at least once per quarter. 

4. The Finance Committee shall plan and present to the 
Association an annual bedget. It shall have the general oversight 
and administration of the financial affairs of the Association. 

5. The Missions Committee shall survey communities which appear 
to be in need of new Baptist work and ministry; seek to enlist churches 
to sponsor new work in such communities; give guidance and counsel 

in procuring temporary and permanent sites for locating such work 
in accord with Associational policy; and make recommendations to the 
Association or its Associational Board as to the missionary needs 
which might be best met through cooperative efforts. It shall 
advise with any group considering a new church and assist in organizing 



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I new churches. It shall make recommendations to the Association con- 

I cerning all churches under watchcare. 

6. The Nominating Committee shall nominate at the annual meeting 
of the Association the officers of the Association and organizational 

i officers according to Articles V and VI of the Constitution and Assoc- 
I iational representatives for the various institutions and agencies of 
;| the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

7. The Program Committee shall prepare a printed program for the 
annual meeting of the Association which shall be sent to all persons on 
the program and to all pastors at least thirty days before the annual 
meeting. It shall direct the enrollment of the messengers at the 
annual meeting. It shall direct the enrollment of the messengers at 
the annual meeting. It shall recommend the place or places for the 
next annual meeting and the preacher and alternate for the annual sermon, 

8. The Resolutions Committee shall present to the Association any 
resolutions it may deem wise. All resolutions presented to the Assoc- 
iation shall be referred to the Resolutions Committee, except that by" 
a two-thirds vote of the messengers present on the first day of the 
Associational meeting, the rules may be suspended and a resolution 

may be taken up for immediate consideration. 

9. The Stewardship Committee shall promote the total program of 
Stewardship within the churches of the Association. It shall assist 
the Finance Committee in the promotion of the Associational budget. 

10. The Evangelism Committee shall promote the total program of 
Evangelism within the churches of the, Association. 

11. The Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee shall recommend 
ways in which the Association can work for the promotion of civic 
righteousness and social uplift. 

12. The Properties Committee shall have general oversight over 
all property owned or leased by the Association. 

13. The Ordination Committee shall, upon request by a member 
church, assist with the examination and ordination of a candidate for 
the Gospel ministry. 

14. Members of all committees, except the Promotional Committee 
and the Committee on Committees, shall be elected to serve on a 
rotating basis of not more than three years. 

BY-LAW VIII. EMPLOYMENT PROCEDURES 

The Association shall employ a Superintendent of Missions and a 
Director of Christian Social Ministries who shall be recommended by 
the Executive Committee and elected by the Association or its Assoc- 
iational Board. The Superintendent of Missions shall work under the 
guidance of the Executive Committee and serve as an ex-officio, non- 
voting, member of all committees. The Director of Christian Social 
Ministries shall work under the guidance of the Superintendent of 
Missions and serve as an ex-officio, non-voting, member of the Ex- 
ecutive Committee and Missions Committee. All other employed personnel, 
as may be provided in the Associational budget, shall be employed by 
the Executive Committee. 

BY-LAW IX. AMENDMENTS 

Amendments to the By-Laws made at any annual meeting by a majority 
of the messengers present. 



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HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST 
DURING ASSOCIATION YEAR 

ANTHONY GROVE - Note Burning of Educational Bldg. 8/26/73. Bus 

Ministry started 9/2/73. Church is debt free. 
BELMONT, EAST - New carpet installed on stairways throughout the 

church. Youth Prayer group meets each week. 
BELMONT, FIRST - Retired Pastor who had served 27 years. 
BESSEMER CITY, FIRST - Activities Bus Purchased 
BESSEMER CITY, SECOND - Parsonage paid off in 14 months, $17, 500. 

Organ paid off. Purchased 10 acres of land for new church. 
BETHEL - Placed carpet in sanctuary. Rewired church? hung drapes 

in Sunday School rooms. Purchased new hymnals; installed water- 
cooler; added front porch; complete with steeple. 
BINGHAM MEMORIAL - Had note burning on parsonage 
CALVARY - New furnaces installed; Renovated Sanctuary; Painted 

Pastorium. 
CATAWBA HEIGHTS - Bus Ministry started. Established Junior & 

Children's churches. 1972 Associational Meeting held here. 
CRAMERTON,WEST - Began a bus ministry the first Sunday in October, 

1973 with 2 buses. Now have 3 buses and 60 average per week. 
DALLAS - New Construction - Concrete work between church buildings. 
FAIRVIEW - Bus Ministry started; Cassette tape ministry to shut-ins. 
FAITH, GASTONIA - New pews and carpeting; air- conditioned; paneled & 

carpeted Sunday School rooms. 
FLINT-GROVES - Mrs. Peggy Evington begins as Minister of Music and 

Youth. 
FRALEY MEMORIAL - Installed Baptistry and air-conditioning in 

auditorium. 
GASTON - Building air conditioned; carpet put on auditorium floor. 
HARDIN - Moved into our New San,ctuary. '- 
HICKORY GROVE - 100th Anniversary 
HIGH SHOALS - $15,000.00 Parsonage Remodeling; purchased $8,600.00 

Bus and began bus ministry. 
HOLLAND MEMORIAL - Annual Homecoming-August 26, 1973. 

LAKEVIEW - Bricked educational building; added two rooms to parsonage. 
LORAY - Licensed Curtis England to Ministry; Pastor Raymond H. White 

was called; started weekly mailout of church news. 
MIDWAY - Note burning service; purchased organ; purchased baptistry. 
MT. BEULAH - Bus Ministry started. 
MT. HOLLY, SECOND - Cleared church ball field, sowed in grass; started 

paying church pianist and organist full-time. 
NORTH MAIN ~ Mortgage paid off on church. 
NORTHSIDE - We landscaped and reseeded our lawn & installed a new 

air conditioning system. 
PARKWOOD - Property bought, cleared, graded for recreation area. 
RANKIN LAKE - Bus Ministry and Children's church started March 4. 
RIVERSIDE - Completed new education building 
ROBINWOOD - Finished 3 new Sunday School rooms & fellowship building; 

remodeled inside of church. 
SANDY PLAINS - New Pastorium and Childrens building; renovation of 

educational building. 
VICTORY - Paid in full church debt, voted to sponsor a Mission church, 
WEST FRANKLIN AVENUE - Purchased parsonage. 
WOODLAWN - Completion of new parsonage, April, 1973. 

If your church is not included above, no information was provided on 
your annual letter to the Association. 



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PROCEEDINOS 



ftRST SESSION 

The 55th Annual seaston of the 6a*ton Bapttst Assoclatton was 
held at the Woodlawn Baptfat Church, Lowell, and HTgh Shoals 
Bapttst Church, HTgh Shoals, 

The session was called to order by the Moderator, Mr. Elvln 
Jones at 2:00 P. M. 

The worship sessions were under the direction of Mr. George 
England, Minister of Music at Woodlawn. Mr. England led us 
In the singing of the hymn "Onward Christian Soldiers." This 
was followed by responsive reading, "The Power of Prayer," in 
the Bapt 1 st Hymnal , and the singing of "Oh How I Love Jesus" 
and "Amaz ing Grace." 

Rev. Leon Nicholson, the clerk, made a motion that themessengers 
now registered and those who will register constitute the 55th 
annual session of the Gaston Baptist Association. The motion 
was seconded and carried. (321 messengers and 99 visitors were 
enrolled for these sessions.) 

Mr. Glain Pennel 1 , Program Committee, made the motion that the 
printed program with changes approved by this body constitute 
the order of service for the 55th annual session of the Gaston 
Bapttst Association. It was seconded and carried. 

Mrs. Martha McGibney, soloist, sang "The King is Coming" for the 
special music. She was accompanied by Mrs. Peggy Hovls. 

Comm i t tee Reports ; 

^* Mission Committee ; Rev. Jerry Lethco, Chairman, gave his 
report stating the Mission Committee had received monthly 
reports from Ra i 1 ey Memorial Baptist Mission, which is 
under the watchcare of the Association. The Committee recom- 
mends that the church be under watchcare for another year 
and that the Victory Baptist Church sponsor Ra i 1 ey Memorial 
Bapt i st . 

B. Nominating Committee : The moderator recognized Mr. Hoyle ' 
Allred, who referred to the printed Nominating Committee 
report and made a motion that the report be adopt'ed. It was 
seconded and carried. The report is printed elsewhere in 
t-heseminutes. 

C. Committee on Committees : Mr. Marvin Willis, Chairman, made 

a motion that the written report of his committee be adopted. 
It was seconded and carried. See table of contents for the 
report of this committee, 

D. Calendar Committee : Mr. Glen Caldwell, Chairman, presented 
a Ten ta t ive Calendar for 197^, He moved its adoption along 
with any necessary changes that may seem wise by the Calendar 
Committee, It was seconded and carried. See table of contents 
for this written report. 

Organ iza t iona 1 Reports : 

A. Sunday School Report : Mr, Marvin Willfs, Director, gave 
his report and moved its adoption. It was seconded and 



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carried, tt ts as follows: 

ThU poL6t ytCLJL a. OWE WIGHT SUhlVAY SCHOOL REVIVAL (joai ktld at 
tkt^LoKdy Chtxfidk. Tint, nttd iofi a. /itvlval in onA. Sunday Sckool wa^ 
tkt lipVitt bttiZnd tkZ^, mtttlviQ, MtaKly 4 50 atttndtd, and ijoith tke. 
Zn^pZ^Zng mt^t^agt o^ oulK Soixtk^An Baptist Vi^tcton. o{, Sunday 
School, Vk» a. I/. Wa^fibaAn, a iplKlt oi Kznti^td conctKn fiz&ulttd. 
kfita c.onitH.tYict& ktld by itatt and convtnt^on Mo^kt^i we-^e atttndtd 
by ma,ny ijiom oan. chaKcht6 , 

Sunday Sakoot woKkt^4> should again be attn,t to announctmznti 
0^ dl^t^Zct con^t^tnct, and tkt {tollowtng a66oclatlonal con^tn.- 
tnct6 iofi 1973-74. 

On TtbfiuaKy 8-9, 1974, a REGIONAL SPIRITUAL RENEWAL COMVEREMCE 
will bt ktld at tkt Ea&t Baptist Cku^ck, Ga-itonla. Vk. Vlnlty 
Edgt OjJ tkt SoutktKn Baptl&t Tktologlcal StmlnaKy ,and tkt \Jlntyan.d 
Conitfitnct Ctnttn. oi Loul&vlllt, Ky, will Itad In tkl& conitn.tnct, 
Tkli mtttZng ti t&ptalally ion. paitofih and ckuKck iA)o/iktn6, 

On May 13-14 and 16-17, 1974, Back to tkt Blblt and LtadtKi>klp 
Conitn.tncti> (Mill bt ktld ^oK Sunday Sckool u)0H.ktn6 and ckuftck 
mtmbviii, T\Mo LtadtKi>klp Con^tfttncti will bt ktld, plact6 to bt 
announced, and i on. 9 Blblt Study Ctnttm will bt madt avallablt, 
Eack Blblt Study will bt on a dl^tntnt book oi tkt Blblt, We 
tncounagt oun ckunckti> to takt advantagt o^ tktit oppontunltltt . 

B. Church Training Report: Mr. Harry McCall, Director, gave 
his report on Church the Sunday Night Place. 

He itattd Gallon Ba'ptl^iti ntpont tkt langt^t galm In at- 
tendance and tntku6la.i>m {^on tkt Sunday nlgkt pnognam In mont 
tkan a dtcadt. (fJky? Btcauit tkty madt a {^ntik "ntcovtny" 0)J 
an ancltnt Imptnatlvt: Tkt Lond'6 day l-i koly, not j'uit 9:45 
on tvtn 11:00 A.M. but tkt wkolt o{, tkt Lond' 6 day, Tkt ckunck 
li not a but tkt Sunday Hlgkt Placti ion won&klp, ^tllowiklp, 
and tnaZnlng . 

C. W. M . U . : Mrs. Yates Craig, Director, gave her report and 
moved its adoption. It was seconded and passed. It is as 
fol 1 ows : 

Eack ytan Woman* i Ml&i,lonany Union ckoo6t-i> ont on mont 
a6ptct^> oi Its wonk to ntctlvt iptclal tmpkasls . Tkt tmpka6l■l^ 
on '*Enll6tmtnt and Enlangtmtnt" wa4> cko6tn ion 1972-7 3. EHontS 
wtnt madt to btgln ntw onganlzatloni , tnll6t new. mtmbtn.& and 
Incntait 6ubscnlptlon6 to and u6t oi WMU magazlnts , Tkt namt 
ion tkl6 hptclal tiiont, l6 called "Giant Sttp" , Woman* i 
Ml66lonany Union oi tkt Gaston Baptist Association took a Giant 
Sttp dunlng 1972-73 and Is continuing tkls tHont ion tkt 
cunntnt ytan. 

"Ask oi me and I will makt tkt nations youn ktnltagt and tkt 
tnds oi tkt tantk youn posstsslon" was oun watckwond to ckal- 
Itngt us. 

All mtmbtns oi tkt Extcutlvt Boand ntctlvtd tnalnlng at 
Rldgtcntst and oun Statt Wonkskops at fnultland. Ltadtnsklp 
tnalnlng was oHoJitd to tkt local ckunckts . Conitntncts ion all 
agt gnoups wtnt ktld at Tuckasttgtt Ckunck. A mission action 
wonkskop was ktld at Lonay Ckunck. A Tkanksglvlng dlnntn was 
pntpantd ion tkt iontlgn txckangt studtnts oi Gaston Colltgt. 



Ou.fl 54 tk OLnnual WMU mzttZng wa^ ont o^ tkz klghtlghti ojj thz 
ye.cLfi, TkZ^ doa^ ktld at Unity CkuKck, GcLitonla. Tkz tktmt l^oK. 
tht mtttZng wa4 ''Pa-i^ on and caKH.y tkt Good NtM6*' . Chfili Chanty, 
6tade,nt at GaKdntn. ft/e66 Cotltga wa4 gutit 4>ptakzA, iofi tkz 
zvznlng. 

Mk6, Bob Rowland, Actztn^ VlKdctoK, kad tuio ai^oclatlonat 
mtttlng^ t/oltk good atttndance.. Tkt&t Mtfit kzld at Ranlo and 
loKay, M/14. Jimmy Ckamplon, G. A. VlKtctoK, kad a picnic at 
Klngi Mountain Vafik. Skt KtpoA.ttd tkl6 a vcKy i>uccc&i>iut cvunt. 

An A/>6oclatlonal VKaytK RztKtat ^<^i> ktld and o^ coufi-iz tkz 
Weefe4 0^ VfiaytK ion. {^oKzlgn and komz mlalon^ gavz a concznt^iatzd 
tlmz 0^ ?fiayzn. ^on. ml6.i>loni Monk o^ tkz dznomlnatlon. Lltznacy 
u}on.k contlnuzi to bz can.n.lzd on by M^4 . W. W. Vavz^. Diltnzi>i>lnQ 
tkfiougk Ml66lon Action wa4 donz In all agz Izvzl organizations . 

Missions Is a skan.zd task and we kopz to Incnzasz tkz mis- 
sions vision 0^ zack uoman, gln.1, and pnzsckoolzn In tkz ckunckzs 
oi tkz Gaston Baptist Association, 

D. Brotherhood Report : No report was given. 

E. Mr. Yates Campbell, Christian Social Ministries Director, 
introduced those on weekday ministries in the association 
to present their reports. 

n) M/L. Albzn.t Lzatk kzpoktzd on ministry to Sznlon 
Cltlzzns . He suggzstzd that tkz ckarckzs pnovldz programs {^or 
tkz cltlzzns. 

(2) Mrs. Martka McGlbnzy rzportzd on tkz Blblz Study group 
^or cklldrzn. Skz kas kad this In hzr housz {^or thz past two 
yzars. Shz suggzstzd that Individuals start Blblz Clubs. 

(3) Mrs. Lawrzncz Hovls rzportzd on Klndzrgartzn and urgzd 
othzr churches to zxplorz posslbllltlzs o^ starting a klndzr- 
gartzn. 

[4] Mrs. Bu{,ord Blanton rzportzd on Day Carz Czntzrs and 
suggzstzd othzr churchzs provldz czntzrs. 

[5] Mr. Elvln Jonzs, Modzrator, askzd how many churchzs 
had somz 0(J thz programs . Vourtzzn churchzs rzprzszntzd had 
Sznlor Cltlzzns clubs, two churchzs had Blblz Study Groups, 
Six had Klndzrgartzn programs and Six churchzs had Day Carz 
Czntzrs . 

3. Visitors from outside the Association were recognized. 

10. Rev. M. 0. Owens made a motion that because we are one hour 
ahead of schedule that we ask Rev. Worth Grant to bring the 
Evangelistic message. The motion was seconded and passed. 

Rev. Wade McKnight suggested we have a song before the 
message. Mr. George England led in the singing of "Heaven 
Came Down and Glory Filled My Soul". 

11. The annual sermon was preached by the Rev. Worth Grant of the 
Wycliffe Bible Translators, and former missionary to Japan. 
He spoke on *'The Bible in World Evangelism". 

12. Mr. M. 0. Owens informed the Association that Dr. Robert Bowman 

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President of Far East Broadcasting Co., Is to speak at Park- 
wood Baptist Church on Oct. 31, 1973. He Is also to speak 
Nov. 1, 1973 at 7:00 P. M. at a dinner meeting at Dixie Vil- 
lage Cafeteria and that the public Is Invited. 

13. The session was dismissed at '♦lOS for a break and reconvened 
at 4:35. 

1^. Mr. George England led In the singing of the hymn "Heavenly 
Sunlight*' with responsive reading "Missionary Mandate". 

15. Mr. Parker Snyder, Minister of Music at Temple Baptist, led 
the Pastors* Chorus In the singing of "We're Marching to 
Zlon" and a Missionary medley. 

16. Miscellaneous Business: 

A. Glenn Caldwell, Vice Moderator, recognized Hoyle Al 1 red to 
introduce new workers In the Association. 

B. Rev. A. A. Bailey brought to the body the first reading of 
Constitutional changes that would be recommended on the 
second day of the meeting. 

C. Mr. William Wallace, pastor of Flint Groves Baptist, 
offered a resolution on opposition to the L I quor -by-the 
Drink bill and urged the Association to: 

(1) Inform the people with the truth concerning the 
Liquor-by-the-DrinkBill. 

C2) Endeavor to get each registered voter to go to the 
polls and vote against L iquor-byT-the^D r i nk . 

(3) Give financial assistance in the amount of $1.00 

per resident member to the Gaston County Chapter of the 

Christian Action League for financing a campaign to defeat 
L iquor-by-the-Dr ink. 

(k) Undergird the Christian Action League with our 
prayerful support so that the L i quor-by-t he-D r i nk Bill 
will be defeated on November 6, 1973. It was moved and 
seconded unanimously and carried by a standing vote. 

(5) Rev. Wade McKnight made a motion that an offering 
be taken to assist the Christian Action League In the 
opposition of L i quor-by-t he-Dr i n k, and a second was made, and 
pa ssed . 

1 7 . Missions Reports : y 

A. In the absence of Dr. E. L. Splvey, Mr. Glenn Caldwell 
read the State Mission Report prepared by Dr. Splvey. 
It was moved and seconded and passed. It Is as follows: 

In UoKtk CcLJtollna, Statt Ml6iloni can be dlvldtd Into 
two majofL ca tLQO^-Ld&i {,Zn.6t, m-inlitfild^ that STRENGTHEN and 
6e.cond, mlnl&tfild^ that LENGTHEN tht wltnait oi local chuxchai , 

St/ie,ngtk2.nZng mZnZ&tH.i.^& Involvd the, vaA.toai ckuxck 
p/iOQ^am on.ganZzatZon6 6ach a6 Sunday School, Church T/iaZnZng , 
ft/. M. U., B^othoJihood, e.tc. Thzm an.t pn.og^am6 that hcttzfi 
Q,nabl(L local chu./ichz6 to n.caltzt thc-in. oi^in mli>i>lon potzntlal. 



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Statt lM^llo¥i6 tA,t6 Into all oi tkl& by pA,ovlding fiz- 
SouKct6 and pe.^6onntl tkat a66Z6t A,n tkt dzvztopmtnt o^ 

\ tht^t mlnl6tKZQ,6. l}JoA.k4>kop6, 6tmZnaA.i and con{,(i^znct6 aH.z 

I conducted tack tftaA. that dzal dlxnctly u)itk thz itt^zngthtn- 
Ing 0^ tkt4t oKQanZzatlon& . State. Hi6.i>lon6, tk<iKzion.(i, 
kztpi local chaKckt6 a& tkty tktmitlve,^ bzcome. mliilon 

I 6tatZon6 ac^066 tht State. . 

I 

I Tkt izcond typz oi State. Mt6iton6 aKe. tko-ie. mlnl&t^le.6 

tkat Izngthtn the, volt nzi>& oi local ckii^cke.6 . Tke.6z afie. 
cooptKatlve. cHoKti tkat n.tpn.c&e,nt tkt conce.n.ni> o^ local 
ckuLKckt6} pKOQKami> tkat fie.q<xlH.e, tke. mppo^t o^ many con- 
gfizgatlon^ . Some, txample.6 o{^ tke.4>e. mlnti>tfite.i> include. 
uxban ml66yLon6 , Jnte.K~n.aclal coopeJiatlon, H.e,i>ofit mA,nli>tn,ie.i> , 
language, and chaplaincy, T^ultland Baptlit Bible, Institute., 
StmlnaKy Extension, mlnlit/iy to tke, dzai, etc, Tke.6e. aK.e. 
^ptclallztd pKogn.am6 tkat n.tquln.e, tke, continued i>uppoh.t o{^ 
ifitll'tKalntd ptK&onneJi. ^any oi tke.6e. mlnl&th.le,i> a^e. co~ 
6pon60^e.d wltk tke. Soutkc^n Baptlit Home. IMi^&lon BoaKd 
tkxougk ml66lonaM.le,4> and otke.fi fie,6oufLce,6 . 

Back 0^ tkc&e, mlnlitn.le.6 , koi*)e.ve./L, wofiki cloi>e.ly wltk 
local ckuKcke.6 and a66oclatlon6 . In fie.ioA.t mlnl6tKle.6 , 
(^ofi example., local ckuH.cke.6 and a&ioclatloni, o{,te.n pan.tlcl- 
patt by providing pe.n.ionne.1 and otkcfi n.e,i>ouKce,i> . It li, not 
uncommon ^on. ufiban u)e,e.k-day pfiogfiam^ to look to ckuh.chz6 and 
associations f^oA. needed locations and otkefi suppofct. 

OtkeJi extending mlnlstn.les Include lltefiacy Mon.k, migrant 
missions , mountain missions , week-day ministries , youth and 
family sefivlces . State Missions Involve over, il^ty dll^^eftent 
ministries across Nortk Carolina and aiiect most oi our 
ckurckes and communities In one May or anotker, Tkese pro- 
grams serve as a vital link In tke total world mission re- 
sponsibility 0^ Uortk Carolina Baptists . 

Look carefully and closely'. Hou) many o^, tke services Oj^ 
State Missions listed kere kave kelped your ckurch? 



Assoc. Mission Support 
Brotherhood Development 
Burnt Swamp Ministry 
Camp CaRAway 
Chaplaincy Ministry 
Ckrlstlan L^j^e S Public 

A (flairs 
Ckerokee Cklld Care Center 
Ckrlstlan Social Ministry 
Ckurck Administration ^er. 
Ckurck Bldg. S Vlan.Ser. 
Ckurck development 
Ckurck Leadersklp Train. 
Ckurck Library Service 
Ckurck Loan Vund 
Ckurck Music develop. 
Ckurck Recreation Ser. 
Deacon Sckools 
Vea^ Ministry 
disaster Relief 
Evangelism Development 
frultland Bapt. Bible Inst. 
InteJiraclal Ministry 
Literacy Missions 



Lot Aid ior Mew C-kixrches 

Migrant Missions 

Mountain Missions 

Military Ministry 

national Baptist Cooperation 

M. C. Baptist Assembly [Caswell] 

New Ckurch Member Training 

Seminary Extension Program 

Shopping Center Missions 

Spanish Ministry 

Stewardship Program 

Student Mln. [BSU , The Apostolol] 

S. S. Development 

Truett Camp 

Urban Missions 

l/BS Development 

liJeekday Ministry 

WMU Development 

iiJorld Mission Conferences 

Vouth Corps 

Youth and Family Services 



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Ldit yQ,a.n., tkt cku.KckiL6 oi tkt Gaiton Baptist kaocloLtlon 
QOL\j(L to alt o\ tkt mZnZ6t^lz6 tkfionQk tkz Statt Mi66Zon OjJjJeA.- 
Ing - ^9,494 .00 , 

Von. many yzcLJi6, Statt M>c44^on4 ka6 lnvz6te.d In tkz dzvzlop- 
mznt oi mny ckaKcht6 and mii>i>loni> In tkt Gai>ton kJi>i>o elation. 
Thl-6 yaafi, ionK anz ne,czlvlng a66l4>tanaz tkJtough pa6tonal aid 
and tot puncha6t. 

Cannzntly, Statt Ml66lon4> l6 gnzatly Involved In tkt 
Ai-ioclatlon* 4> vzny tHzctlvt Cknl6tlan Social Mlnl6tA,lt6 
Vn.ogn.am - a pnognam that nzaahzs and mz(it& human ntzd6 too 
long ntglzcttd. Some, o^ tkz^a 6iinvlcz6 am chanch-communlty 
Mzzk-day actlvltlzi , youth and family iznvlce,^ , mattnlal 
ai>i>li>tancz and coan^zllng In the. dzvzlopme.kt o{, the. physical, 
monal and iplnltual htalth o^ thoie. In ne.zd. Thli dzpantmtnt 
pnomote.6 and maintains good and aoope.natlvz ntlatloni lolth 
the. civic agznclzs o^ city and county. 

B. Mr. Yates Campbell moved the adoption of the Home Missions 
Report. It was seconded and carried. It is as follows: 

We have, a good ncpont In the. Gaston Baptist Aaoclatlon 
ion the. Home Ml66lon6 thl6 ye.an. I am gnatz^ul ion all that 
l6 being donz and ye.t I 6e.c ancai oi Impnovcmcnt that nze.d to 
be, made,. The iutune, oUcm many oppontunltle.i> and challe.nge.'i 
ion all oi ui . Thli yean 70 oi oun chunche.6 made, contnlbutloni, 
to the. Annie. Anm6tnong oUtnlng ion Home, Mlalom In the. amount 
oi $37,653.75. Six chunchz6 gave, an additional de.6lgnatzd 
amount oi $692.50 to Home Ml6ilon6 pno j ecti and one. chunch gave 
$1,400.00 to iuppont a ml6i>lon In Uanakata, Kamai . Oi the 
$563,115.20 pnojected gliti to the Coopenatlve Pnognam ion 
1973 $1 1 ,452 .29 will go to Home Ml66lon6, making a gnand total 
oi appnoxlmately $51 ,29$ .54 given by Gallon Baptlst-i to Home 
Ml6.i,lon cauie6 thl6 yean. 

We had 3 ml6 6lonanlei> inom oun chunchei wonklng In Home 
Ul.i>ilon6 pnognam^ dunlng the Summen. Pamela Jean Cnonan u)onk~ 
ed Mlth 5 chunche-i In the Gaston Baptist Association dunlng 
the Summen, In the anea oi youth and necneatlon. She li inom 
1st Chunch, Chennyvllle. Ronnie and Mangle Canothens , 1st 
Chunch, Gastonla, wonked as US-2 mlsslonanles with the Home 
Mission Boand In Anlzona. A numben oi young people inom oun 
chunches wonked at Rldgecnest, Caswell, Vnultland, Canaway, 
and Uundo Ulsta dunlng the Summen pnognams In oun State. We 
hope that we will see an Incnease In these activities by many 
mone oi the youth oi oun Association. Many chunches iunnlshed 
volunteen help at the Baptist Centen, Child Cane Centen, and 
thnough the CSM pnognam. Individuals gave time to othen 
senvlces thnough the Assoclatlonal oHlce. Outstanding among 
these wene the iollowlng which gave time at the Baptist 
Centen In gnoomlng , child cane, quilting, iood planning and 
Bible Study, Linda Gaddls , Glenda Velllngen, Vaye Mcintosh, 
Betty Flynn, Jean Cox, Ann WoodnuH, Fnancls Black, Mlldned 
Bnadley, and Maoml Clonlngen. Anlzona Stlnewalt, Ozull Wonkman 
and Peanl Cunny wonked with the clothing depantment at the 
Baptist Building In CSM. Canol Keenen gave many houns In 
the Assoclatlonal OHlce. Many othens gave unselilshly oi 
theln time. In all, mone than 2,000 man houns oi volunteen 
senvlces wene given to assist In this wonk. Von all this 
help we ane gnateiul and acknowledge oun slncene gnatltude. 



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Tkt^t CL^t, koMtve,^, 24 cka^ckt^ not giving to tkt Anniz 
kfim^tfiOYig oiitfiJLng and 23 cliu^cku> not glvZng to Homz Mt^'itom 
at alt. We afit pKatflng that eve/Lt/ ckaKck Mtll Kt6pond to tkt 
ckaZltngt o^ gZv-Cng to Home. M^44-con4 tn 197 3-74. Vk. kH-tkixK 

B. Ratltdgt, ExtcatZvt StcKztaKy of, the, Homt Mli^lon Boa^d, 
6ay6, 

"A 6tn.ong ttcixtan. 6ptn.tt A.n^liizncz6 tht nation, but 
theJie, l& a tuLfinlng Inviafid by tht pzoplz. TkzKz li an 
ZntKo.i>ptctJion, an obitiiton, u)tth ^ztttng and pa66ton. 
At the. i>ame. time., the.Ke, li an taitlng o^ tm tttatlo nal 
atltnatlon, coixpttd iMlth an aiA}aKe.m.i>.i> that tht llt& 
u)hZch plague. ouK 6ocizty aKt de,tv and pe.K\)zn.iz. Jhe.n.e. 
ti alio a htadlong puih ion. 6e.cuh.lty ok ^on. pltai>uKe, 
coupltd with a 4en4e o{i apathy. The. pzople. oi the. 
nation hungzn. ^oa. value.6, mtanlng In ll{^z, puKpo^e., 
and fjOK God. Southzfin Baptliti, an.e. commltttd to mzzt- 
Ing thz&t ne,td& to make. dl6clple.i ojj all pe.n.ion-i> through 
^alth In Jziui Chn,l&t." 

To iatl&iy thl4> hungzn. i^lth thz pn.e.i>znt n.e.6oun.ce.6 and no 
lncn.e.a6e. In lundi, l& a gigantic ta^k and yzt^ we. muit 4eefe 
to accomplish this taik. It still Ktmalns that the, most sig- 
nificant challenge, o^ oun. time. Is tht challtngt to win Amtn.lca 
{^on. Chfilst to a dtgfitt ntvtn. bt^ont txptfiltnctd In oun. history. 
(iJhat happtns through tht chufichts In tht Gaston Baptist Assoc- 
iation and all chuKchts In tht nation will dtttn.mlnt tht dt- 
gfitt to which wt claim AmtKlca {^on. Chn,lst. God htlp us to 
mttt this challtngt now. 

C. Mr. A. Douglas Aldrtch presented the Foreign Missions 
Report. He moved its adoption. It was secondid and 
carried. It is as follows: 

Tht qutstlon, "OJhy Tofitlgn Missions?" , haunts ouK minds 
In this modtfin, tKoubltd woKld. Tht Christian answtts this 
qutstlon, "ChA.lst llvts; thtn.tiofit oun. won.ld mission Is In- 
tscapablt. 

ThKtt oi my n.tasons {^on. btlltvlng In ¥on.tlgn Missions an.t'' 

1. Tht quality o {, ll{^t that Chn.lst o{^{^tn.s Is tvtn.y 
ptn.son*s most un.gtnt nttd.- Chn.lst puts mtanlng, won.th, 
hopt, joy, wan.m co^nctn.n Into tvtn.yont' s ll^t who n.t- 
ctlvts him. 

1. Tht natuKt oi tht Christian gosptl placts on 
tvtn.y Individual Christian tht command to shan.t. Each 
ntw gtneJiatlon oi ptn.sons In tht won.ld will bt tvangtllztd 
on. lost. Oun. gosptl Is n.oottd In tht htan.t o^ tht 
tttn.nal God oi John 3; J 6 who shan.ts. 

3. Tlmt li running out, doon.s an.t closing. It Is 
oun.s to won.k whllt It Is day. God calls us Into pan,tntn.- 
shlp with him In tht won.k ht Is doing In his won.ld. 



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SOME STATISTICS OH SOUTHBUN BAPTIST FOREIGW MJSSJOUS 

In J 972 - SoutkeAn BcLptA,^t6 kad 2,507 ml4>6lona^lti In 76 
coantA.A,e.6 . 

SZnct J ^4B - SoutkeA.n Bapt-l-itikavt appointed 4,96$ lndl\)lduiat 

Southtn.n Baptl.6t6 aKt pKc^^^^ng toward a goal o^ 3,000 VoK-tlgn 
Ml6 4>lona/Lle,6 uiZthin tkt next 10 ytaKii. 

In 1972' Sou.thtA.n Baptlltit kad a dzcn.e.a6e. In total VoKzlqn 
^li>6loni ptKSonntl - tht ilfi&t dtcn.ta&(i In SO ytaK&. 

In 1972 -'106 Soutkz/in Baptl-it foKdtgn ^^l6-ilonaxlz-& fit&i.gntd 
thtlK po6t6. 

SOME FIWANCIAL IWFORMATIOW: iJ97J:] 

Evangdll&m i 

Opdfiatlng dxpan&zi - $3,814,478 

Capital zxptnit6 - $2,206,973 

Schools and ttudunt iMOKk i 

OpQJiatlng e.xpe,n6Z6 - $2,483,950 

Capital (ixpe,n6e,6 - $ 561,343 

Hoi,pltal and V^tdlcal Ca^z i 

OpeJiatlng e,xpzn6ti - $1 ,1 66,509 

Capital dxpzn6e,6 - $ 627,583 

Social IMnli, tn.lQ,6 I 

OpzKatlng expend e4 - $ 25 2,48 

Capital Q,xp(Ln&(L6 - $ 8 8,048 

In 1972 thuKt wa4 no Inc^zasz In CoopzKatlvd ?n.ogfiam giving to 
Vo^dlgn Ml66lon6. Tkdfiz Mai> a 9,8% IncKta^u'ln Lottie. Moon 
annual o {^^dKlng . 

OV LOCAL INTEREST 

1. Reue^end and M^4 . Lan./iy W. Kzaton Wd^d appolntdd 
a6 ToKdlgn Ml6-i>lonaKld6 to Spain. M^. Kdaton wa.4 
Mlnl6td^ 0(5 Vouth at ¥lK6t Baptist CkixKck, Ga^tonla. 
Un.6 . Kdaton 6dKvdd In thd Ckfil6tlan Social Mlnl6tH.ld6 
u}0Kli 0^ Ga6ton Baptist A66oclatlon. 

2. Sdvd^al cku.Kchd6 In ou^ Association aKd obSdKvlng 
VoKdlgn Mission VdndtKatlon Wddk-dnd this ^all, 

3. During SdptdmbdK 28 - Octobdn. 3, 1975, thd Gaston 
Baptist Association Mill have an Assoclatlon-Mldd 
[^on.ld Missions Coni^dfidncd. 

18. The Moderator, Mr. Elvin Jones, announced we would sing "To 
God Be The Glory." 

Mr, Wade McKnight, Host Pastor, was recognized to give a word 
of welcome and instructions concerning the meal to be served. 

19. The first session was adjourned with prayer by Mr. Wade 
McKnight. A deltcTous meal was served by the host church. 
The Riverside Baptist Trto provided music during the meal. 



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SECOND SESSION 

20. The eventng session opened at 6ik5 wtth the hymn "Victory In 
Jesus*^* followed by prayer by Mr. Walter Long. 

21 . Memor la 1 Report t 

A. Mr. Alex Hegenbart read hTs Memorials* Report, In 

recognttTon of all the loved ones who had entered that 
"City rot made wtth hands." He then Introduced Mrs. Jack 
Painter, who sang " Come Ye Blessed". This was followed by 
prayer by Mr. Jack Painter, Pastor of First Baptist, Belmont. 
A list of Gaston Baptist deceased members of the Association's 
churches appears In these minutes. See table of contents. 

22. Assoc la t lona 1 Missions : 

A. Mr. Mack Pressley presented the Executive Committee report 
and moved Its adoption. It was seconded and carried. It is 
as f o1 1 ows : 

The, ExtcatZvt Conmlttzz hah mzt In Ke,gu.ta^ 4e44^on4 zach 
month and ha6 htld cattzd mtztZngi to t^an^act p^t66lng matte.K6 . 

1. At the, Uovzmbtfi J972 mtettng, Commlttzu Oiilce.fii, 
uoe,h.e, e,ltcte.d a6 iotlow&i Mack VKei^lzy, \Jlce.-Chalfiman 
and Hoylt T,^All/ie.d, SzcKttafiy . 

The. poittZon dthcfilptlon o^ the Ch^tittan Soctal 
Mlnli, tfiZei VlH.zcto^ w<x4 itadted and aen-taln points Me^e 
ctaKliA.e,d and atte.n.e,d. 

The Committee. membefii> expfizi,hed appJtedatton to 
M/L. E. W, BKockman ^oh. excelttnt ien.\jlce ai Ai^oatational 
Tfie,ahLLXen., 

2. The, Reverend Vatei> Campbell, oun. ne(A)ly elected 
ChJilhttan Social Mtntit^lei Vl^ecto^, met with the committee 
j^o-t the, iln.6t time and dl6cu66ed va^loui a^ea^ o^ hli u)on.k. 
He al&o H.zpofited that he and hl4> wl^e had been approved ai 
Mlhilona^y A6ioclate6 by the Baptist State Convention and 
Home, Ml6^>lon Boan.d, 

3. M/L. Allied ^cqaeited and n,ecelved pe^ml^ilon to plan 
zlght is] afiea Bible Study Conien.encei> dating 1974. The 
committee, alio gave consent to the SupeH.lntendent to enteh. 
Into a long fiange, planning pfiogn.am {^on. the Aaoclatlon* i 
mn,k ovcfi a {^Ive to ten yeah, period. 

4. M^. Claude. Connell* i Keilgnatlon Mai received with 
n.e,gn.e.t at the. VcbfimaKy meeting. M/l. Connell ie^ved io^ 
ilve, yeaKi Mlth dlitlnctlon ai Aaoclatlonal Clefik. 

5. The. Exe. axtlve. Commltte.e. Ke.ce.lve.d a n.e.comme.ndatlon 
i^ofi Aiioclatlon Clen.k. M^. Leon Mlcholion wai approved and 
noM icKvci In thli of'^lce. 

6. The, Jane. me.ztlng Mai held ea^ly io that Mn.. Allied 
could be. In attendance be,ion.e leaving to complete hli In- 
Ke.ilde.nce itudlzi at Southern Seminary . 



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M/t. Lttkco brought tkt Commltttt ap to date, on a pfio- 
po&zd August BuA WXnX4^/L{/ ClZnZc^ 

7. At tkt Kcquit^t of, tkt ?Znanct Commltttt, a. mttttng u)a.6 
calltd on July 16, J973, to coniZdtA tkt budgtt ^OK 1973-74 . 

8. Approval Ma^ glvtn fox tkxtt CkuKckts In tkt A440C- 
A,at'ion to KtctZvt StaXt aZd at tkt Stpttmbtn. mttttng, Tkt 
SuptAZnttndtnt aiktd and KtctZvtd approval to plan a Vtatom 
School foK OttobtK 1974. RZdgtcKtit and Caraway wtKt mtntlontd 
ai po66lblt locations . 

Tkt Commltttt dl6cu64>td tkt hlovtmbtK con&tdtKatton of I 

LlquoK-by-tkt-VKtnk and txpxt6.i>td a dti>txt tkat all ckuxckt6 1 

xally btklnd tkt ItadtK&klp of Rtv . Bill liJallact, ouK CkKl&tian 
lift Commltttt CkalKman. 



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9. Annual auditing cf tkt book-i of tkt Association u)a6 
autkofilztd. Tkl6 audit fitpoKt l6 a pafit of tkl6 annual publi- 
cation, 

10. MA.S . Judy Cook u)ai tmploytd as full-tlmt stcKtinKy 
In lltu of tkt tkxtt pa/it-tlmt tmploytti fon.mtKly tmploytd. 

11. ln£>tn.ucttd SuptKlnttndtnt of Missions and Jtfifiy Lttkco , 
Ckalh.man of Mission Commltttt, to u)oA.k wltk Gambit Hill fitlatlvt 
to tktln. Ktqutst foA. somt Itadtfisklp asslstanct. 

23. The Treasurer's Report was presented by the Assoc la t lona 1 

Treasurer, Mr. Fred West. ' He reported a very good year. He 
moved the adoptfon of the report. It was seconded and carried. 
It is printed In these minutes. 

2k. The Chairman of the Finance Committee, Mr. Worth Bgaswell, pre'- 

sented the budget for 1973'?^ and made a motion the recommendation 
be accepted. It was seconded and carried. The new budget is 
printed as a part of this publication. 

25. The Moderator recognized Mr. HoyleAllred, Assoc la t lona 1 Mis- 
sionary, to present a Handbook of job descriptions which was 
given to all Committee Chairmen, and Officers of the Association. 

A. Mr. Al I red introduced the workers In the Association, Mrs. 
Dorothy Allred, Mrs. Jerri Strickland, Mr. Yates Campbell, 
Mrs. Judy Cook and Franklin Hartman. 

Mrs. Cook and Mr. Hartman were absent. The Moderator 
asked the Association to give a hand to the staff. 

26. The Moderator, Elvin Jones, spoke of the Gaston Association In 
that we are among the top five in the State in giving and is 
first in mission gifts. He also told the people are willing to 
accept responsibility. He stated the Association has good pro- 
grams but we need to have more participation. He also said we 
need to be prayerful and not critical of each other. 

27. Mr. Bill Wallace, Chairman of Christian Life and Public Affairs, 
gave his report and moved its adoption. It was seconded and 
passed. It is as follows: 



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VuM,Zng tkt tfta^ e,ndZng S^ptmbeJi 30, 1973, tkz ChA.l6tla.n 
LZ^t and ?iibllc KiioilK& Commltttt kcL6 zndtavo^zd to ie^ue tht 
Intzfit&t of, Gaiton Za.ptl&t& In combating two majoK social and 
moKat Is&UlQ^ on ob&ctnZtif and alcohol, 

EafilloJi In tht a6i>oclatlonal ytafi tkii> committed Izd out 
In a campaign to zncou^agz chu^ickt^ ujZthtn tkli> aaoctatton to 
u)KZtt lztttn.6 to tzlcvtiZon stations and majoh. nttMo^ki, con- 
ctKnZng a ban on ob^ccnt, K-Kattd, and oH colon, movlti, and 
othtK pA.ognam6 , Tkt KC6pon6t {^nom tkt chix^ckt^ Ma6 giat-i^^ylng 
and we al&o ktaKd ^Kom lomc tclzvlilon i>tatloni> and practically 
all tht major nztuJork6 , Uo6t o{^ tkt ndtworki indicated tkat tkty 
uozrz conczH.ne,d about cleaning up ^ltvl6ton p/iogrammtng . It 16 
tkz bdl-Cti 0(5 tkl6 committee that we ikould continue to in6ii>t 
that they air programs and movies that are wholesome and {^ree 
irom prurient intere&ti , 

Your committee ha6 al6o vigorously sought the defeat o^ the 
liquor- by-the-Vrinb. bill, to be voted on in a statewide re^^- 
erendum on November 6, 7 973. Our campaign has primarily been 
one o{j in{,ormation and involvement. Apathy on the part o j^ 
Christian people could mean defeat. inJith a genuine concern tkat 
this does not happen, the committee on Christian li^e and Public 
k^^^airs strongly urges that each church enlist a telephone 
committee to contact all church members, either the day be{^ore 
or on election day, to urge them to go to the polls and vote 
against Liquor-by-tke-Vrink. 

28. Raymond White, Pastor of Loray Baptist Church, led In prayer 
before taking an offering. The offering was proposed in the 
afternoon session to be used by the Christian Action League. 

29. The Youth Choir of Woodlawn Baptist Church under the direction 
of Jerry Mentzer, sang "Alleluia" and "You Can Experience 
Something Wonderful." 

30. The Scripture lesson was read from Isaiah 5:11, 22, 23 and 
also Proverbs 23:29, 31 and 33 by Mr. Ray Seism. This was 
followed by prayer. 

31. The annual Sermon was preached by Mr. Charles High, Pastor of 
First Baptist, Stanley. He spoke on "Public Enemy Number One." 

32. The evening session was closed with prayer by Mr. Charles High. 

SECOND DAY -- HIGH SHOALS BAPTIST CHURCH 
October 19, 1973 

THIRD SESSION 

33. The morning session was opened with the hymn "We're Marching To 
Zion" under the direction of Mr. James Smith, Minister of Music 
at High Shoals Baptist, followed by responsive reading "Christ 
our Lord." Bill Miller, Pastor of McAdenville Baptist, led in 
prayer . 

3^. Special music was provided by Mrs. Iris Bradley, who sang "I 
Know A Man Who Can" and "There's Something About That Name." 



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35. I ns t t tu t tona 1 Reports ; 

A. Hospttal Report? No report gfven. 

B. Homes for the AgTng: Mr. Jerry Lethco read the report and 
moved the adoptTon as printed Tn the Book of Reports. It 
was seconded and carrfed. 

C. Chfldren^s Homes: No report given. ;:^' 

D. Christian Education: Mr. Eugene Johns, Introduced Mr. Bill 
Boyles who spoke on the work at Gardner-Webb. A move was 
made and seconded that the report be adopted and passed. 

36. Mr. Hoyle Allred Introduced Mr. Jimmy Morriss, Director of the 
Department of Communications of the Baptist State Convention, 
who spoke on "This we are doing In North Carolina." Comments at 
the break Indicated that this presentation opened the eyes of 
many people to the program of missions of North Carolina Baptists. 

37. Mr. Philip Welchel, Pastor of High Shoals Baptist, gave a word 
of welcome and Instructions concerning the church facilities. 

38. This session had a 15 minute break reconvening at 10:^5 with 
the singing of the hymn "Amazing Grace." 

39. Miscellaneous Business: 



Mr. A. A. Bailey presented the Constitutional changes for 
the second reading and their approval . The following pre- 
sentation of changes was made to the body: 

Gaston Baptist A^ioalatlon 

VnaK M2.mb(in.6 : ■ 

Tfi^4 l^ to Iniofim by tuttdh. wkat ken, been ika^zd In 
oulK me^tting as constitutional ^tcommtndattoni (^oh. thz 
annual mi2,e.ting in Octobo^K. 

-^ ' Add chairman 0^ Evangelism and chairman 0^ 
Christian Hit and Public A^ai^s to tkt PKomotionat 
CommittQ.(L [An.t. S, Pan.. 2] 

2. ModzKaton shall assume, the duties o{, the 
Superintendent o^ Missions as assigned when the 
association is not served by one by reason o^ resig- 
nation and/or illness. [By-laio 3, Par. 1] 

Mr. Bailey read each one separately and called for its 
adoption. Each was seconded and carried. 

Mr. Glain Pennell announced the association meeting for 
next year would be at Victory Baptist Church in Gastonia 
and Gaston Baptist In Dallas. Dr. A. Douglas Aldrich will 
be preaching the annual sermon and Jerry Lethco as the 
alternate. 



The Committee on Committees was named by the Moderator. 



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^^^^in {^illis, Chairman, B. I. Epting , Mitchell Pruitt 
Mack Pressley, E. W. Brockman, Mrs. James Lineberger. ' 

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I>. Resoluttons Commtttee t Mr. James Barnes read his report 
and moved Its adopt ton. It was seconded and carried. It 
t s as fol 1 ows : 

*'A4 tkt SStk OLnvitiOLt &e,&&loYi o^ tht Gaston Baptl6t kihoda.- 
tloYi dom^^ to a. cto&t, tfomK commltttz. o^^tK^ tkt {iOlloiMlng 
H.t.6 tiitJio vi^ ( 

fZfiht, tkoit we. g-cue tkanki and pn.a.l^Q, to oulK hzavtnty 
VatkeJi ioK HI& matcklt66 lovt, HZ6 maJtvzloui guidance and 
moLYiy bZt££Zng^ ^ 

Se^cond, tkat we txpH.t66 ouk c.on.dlat thanks and app/izcla- 
ttoYi to tht ko6t ckuKchtS, (fJoodlaMn and H/^gk Skoal6, {^OK tkt-iK. 
koipZtattty Zvi tktZn. tnttfitalnmtnt and iood, and {^OH. tkz many 
cou^te.6tt6 txttndtd to tkt vl&Ztlng mii66tng2.Ki . 

TkZ^d', tkat we 6kou} ouk g^atltadz to tkt moddfiaton. and 
otkth. oilZctKi OjJ Oixn. a&socAiatlon {^on. tkd {^Ino, i>pl>ilt in wktck 
tkt annual meeting ka& been conducted, and {^on. pKovldtng an 
ZnttKe&tlng and Zni,plH.Zng pKogn.am, 

fouKtk, tkat we txpKe&& thanks to cack one on pfiog^am 
vtiZttng oun. a&ioclatlon, and to all local i>peakeK6 and tko&e 
fiendefitng special mu&lc, who 6e^ved i*)ell. 

fZ^tk, tkat we Ke&olve personally and covenant together 
to go back to our churches with renewed zeal and eHort to help 
make the coming year more elective In carrying out the great 
commission given to us by our Lord; and let us join In prayer 
that we shall all be conformed to the Image o^ God's dear Son." 

E. Evangel i sm Report ; Mr. W. Flay Payne read his report. He 
moved its adoption. Jt was seconded and carried. It Is 
as foil ows : 

**ln a time when the general conditions , both here and 
abroad are dark, God^s bright light Is still shining. It 
can be seen shining In the work o {^ Evangelism In the Gaston 
Association. A look at the reports ^rom the churches Indicate 
baptisms have Increased over last church year. Perhaps even 
more significant Is what can be observed taking place among the 
churches. Ei^^orts are being made, that, l{j God be willing will 
produce much irult In the years to come. 

Vcr one thing there seems to be a keen desire In the churches 
to do something . Conversations with Vastors and laymen bear 
this out. The thought expressed Is that o^ getting on with 
winning and growing disciples ^or Christ. The spirit ol Evan- 
gelism Is positive. A healthy climate Is present ^or theHoly 
Spirit to do a great work through us. 

Not only the desire and Interest In doing something but also 
a strong willingness and search lor new Ideas and methods, or 
old ones that will produce ^rult. This can be seen by the many 
new e^i^orts being put {^orth as well as programs which have been 
used beiore. 

One example Is {^ound In revival meetings . Some o {^ our 
churches reported beglnnlna with week-end Vouth led meetings and 
closing with several days led by a visiting Evangelist. This 
proved highly success{^ul and more are planned. Others tried with 



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6ucce,4>6 youth. t{)io/tt£ oveA 6e.ve,^a.l weefei . Mumba^^ oi oun. 
ckaKckdi kad OLLt^tandAlng z.\^ olyiq tils t ltd Ktvlval6 . 

StZtt otkzA zxamptts aA.e sptclat ti^on.t6 on a, tj ta.fi- n.o and 
ba6l6. A nambeJi oj oixK ckufickti a.H.t going 6tA.ong witk tkt 
^^Zn^ ffiog/Lam. Qtktn.& aH.t a6ing *'EvangttZ'i>m ExploiZon" . 
Somt aK.<L Uc&lng mttkods thty kave, MoKktd out thtmstlvti . 
Pfiobabtif one, o{, tkt most pKomtslng new; tHoKts t6 In tkt bus 
mlntstfiy , Back In tkt summtn. a bus clinic. sponsoKtd by oun. 
Missions Commlttzt, JeJifiy Lttkco, CkalKman, u)as ktld at Unity, 
GastonloL. A good numbcfi o{^ ouK ckufickts pafitlclpattd, RtpoKts 
a/LC Indicating succtss In tkls aKta uiltk tht best ytt to coma, 
E{,{,ofLts aHQ, btlng put {^ontk In n.adlo and pQ,n.kaps otkth. mtdla 
tkat an.(L promising . I btlltvt l{^ It pitas t God to lay His 
kand upon oun. tHoKts, by His gn.act and powtn Gaston County 
can bt movtd {^on. God In tkt days aktad. 

Hlgkllgktlng oun ckunck ytan i^^as a Voutk Cnusadt sponsontd 
by Unity Baptist, Gastonla, Vaston kl^ntd iilnlgkt, Tkls Cnusadt 
In loklck Ricky Canntno ujas Evangtllst ntacktd young ptoplt 
Inom a u)ldt anta Includtd otktn nacts and dtnomlnatlons . Eack 
stnvlct dntw a ^ull koust. Humbtns oi oun. Voung Ptoplt ntctlvtd 
Cknlst on commltttd tktln ll^^t {,ully to Him. Adding to tkls 
tntmtndous bltsslng God calltd kl^ntd lUnlgkt {^nom oun Assoc- 
iation Into lull tlmt Evangtllstlc wonk. Tkt last ntpont 
ntctlvtd kt ioas booktd up stvtnal montks aktad. Ht Is btlng 
ustd mlgktlly In botk ckunck and anta wldt t{^ionts. Ltt us 
ntmtmbtn klm In oun pnaytns. 

All In all we can say "To God bt tkt glony, gntat tklngs 
Ht katk dont." And we ungtntly nttd to look "Hotxi unto klm 
tkat Is ablt to do txcttdlng abundantly abovt all tkat ^tA}t ask 
on tklnk, accondlng to tkt powtn tkat lAJonkttk In us." 

F. Biblical Rec order : Mr. Fred Crisp moved the adoption of 
his report as it appeared in the Bool< of Reports. It was 
seconded and carried. 

G. The Annuity Report was received in the Book of Reports as 
information. The following data is of value to the 

As soc i a t ion : 

PARTICIPANTS IN ANNUITY BOARD v 

i RETIREMENT PLANS 

Alexander Mem. D.R.Kerley Cramerton 1st D.D. Almond 

Alexis S. K. Howard Cramerton 1st E.E.Johns 

Anthony Grove J. A. Kale Dallas C.W.Braswell 

Belmont 1st J. F..Parham E.Belmont W.E.Jones 

Berea G. H.Caldwell Sr. Fairview W.F.Payne Sr. 

Bess. City 2nd L. Robbins Flint Groves W.A.Wallace 

Bess. City 1st W . S . Caud 1 e , J r . Gaston Ave. P.J.James 

Bethlehem R.L. Dixon ., Gastonia 1st C.B.Durant 

Calvary B. I.Epting Grace J.A.Campbell 

Catawba Hghts. M.L.Pendleton , Hardin J. C. Jetton 

Centerview J . L . Ba 1 1 ew Hickory Grv. R . B . Ca r pen te r 

Chapel Grove No pastor High Shoals P.B.Welchel 

Cherryville 1st J. A. Leath Jr. Holland Mem. B . G . Bod en hamer 

Chestnut Ridge M.M.Pruitt Lakeview E.R. Seism 

Cleveland Hghts. B. P. Home . ,_, Long Crk.Mem. A.Sinclair 

Community R.S. Simmons Long Crk.Mem. F.C.Crisp 

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Loray Bapt. 


S.S.Pennel 1 


S. Mar .St, 




H 


B 


A 1 exa nd e r 


Loray Bapt. 


R.H.Whrte 


S. Mar .St, 




W 


W 


Johnson 


Love Mem, 


J . P . Ktnnaman 


South Point 




No pastor 


Lowell 1st 


No pastor 


Souths ide 




A 


B 


Hammet t 


Macedon ta 


S .6 . Caban Tss 


Stanley 1st 




c 


H 


High 


McAdenvri le 


B.R.MM ler 


Stowe Mem. 




L 


E 


Frady 


Modena St. 


Retfred pastor 


Tempi e 




D 


P 


Snyder 


Mt. Beulah 


J. D. Lethco 


Tempi e 




W 


C 


Hill 


Mt . Hoi ly 1 St 


J. D. Wn 1 rams 


Trinity 




G 


H 


P i erce 


Mt. Zfon 


L. A. Gable Jr. 


Tucka seege 




R 


M 


Pres s 1 ey 


New Hope 


R . F . Summey S r . 


Un i t y , Be 1 men 


t 


c 


Con ne 1 1 


New Hope 


W. L. Green 


Un i ty ,Gast . 




J 


H 


Mots inger 


New Life 


No pastor 


V ictory 




J 


E 


Rev i s 


Ozark M f ss ton 


Retired pastor 


W.Frankl i n 




J 


A 


Wh i twor t h 


Pa r kwood 


W.B.McG rbney 


Wood 1 awn 




W 


A 


Mc Kn i gh t 


Pa rkwood 


M .0 . Owens J r . 


Bess .City Is 


t 


A 


A 


Bailey 


Rankfn Lake 


W.E.Jackson 


Cast. 1st 




c 


B 


Summey 


Ridge 


W.S.Johnson 


1st Mt . Hoi 1 


y 


J 


T 


Mc E 1 veen 


R f dgev lew 


R . L . Hoi comb 


1st C her ryv i 


1 1 e 


P 


D 


Robins 


Riverside 


C.V. Morris Sr. 


1st Cast . 




A 


D 


Aldr ich 


Sandy Plains 


M.H.Willis 


2nd Mt . Hoi 1 


y 


J 


G 


Ear 1 y 


Shady Grove 


F.C.Taylor 


Cast. Ba pt . A 




H 


T 


Al 1 red 



Sr 



H. Because we are five minutes ahead of schedule the Moderator 
recognized Mr. Bill Wallace to speak on the subject of 
Liquor'-by-the-Drinkfor .five minutes. 

'♦O. Mr. James Smith led in the singing of the hymn "Onward Christian 
Soldiers.^' 

^1. A solo entitled ''Because He Lives" was sung by Paul Robins. 

^2. A Doctrinal Sermon "The Second Coming of Jesus" was delivered 
by Mr. A. A. Bailey, Pastor of First Baptist Church, Bessemer 
City. 

^3. Mr. Philip Welchel, host Pastor, was recognized to give in- 
structions concerning the meal to be served. 

kk . The Fifty-fifth Annua] Session of the Gaston Baptist Association 
was dismissed with prayer by Mr. Philip Welchel. 



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ASSOC/ AT/ONAL GIFTS 1972-73 



CHURCH 



BUDGET 



DESIGNATED BLDG 



East 



1 St 
2nd 



1 St 

2nd 



1 St 
Wes t 



Alexander Memorial 

Al exf s 

Anthony Grove 

Be 1 mon t , 1st 

Belmont , 

Be rea 

Be s seme r 

Be s seme r . 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bethl eh em 

Bingham 

B rown town 

Calvary 

Catawba Hts. 

Centerv lew 

Chapel Grove 

C he r r yv I 1 1 e , 

C he r r y V i 1 1 e , 

Chestnut Ridge 

Cleveland Hts. 

Commu n i t y 

C r ame r t o n , 

Cramerton, 

Dallas 

Fa i r V i e w 

Faith, Bel mo n t 

Faith, Bessemer 

Faith, Gastonia 

Flint Groves 

F ra 1 ey Memo rial 

Friendship 

Gambl e Hill 

Gaston 

Gastonia, East 

Gastonia, 1st 

Grace 

Hardin 

Hickory Grove 

High Shoals 

Hoi land Memo r i a 

La ke V i e w 

Long Creek M emo 

Lo r a y 

Love Memo rial 

Lowell, 1st 

McAdenville 

Macedon ia 

M i d wa y 

Modena St. 

Mt . Beu 1 ah 

Mt . Hoi 1 y , 1st 

Mt . Hoi 1 y , 2nd 

M t . Z i on 

Mountain View 

New Hope 



5^42, 
735^ 
k(>S. 
1 ,680 
770, 
886, 
400, 
1 66 
50 

k] 
300 

3^6 
300 
850 
kk2 

1 , 500 
187 
250 
108 
469 

1 ,000 
214 
750 
318 



231 
1 04 
499 
300 
200 
50 
248 
814 
924 
851 
820. 67 
400.00 



47 
00 
24 
00 
00 
37 
00 
00 
00 

00 
00 

56 
00 
00 
52 
00 
00 
00 
96 
15 
00 
47 
00 
00 

19 
00 
95 
00 
00 
00 
09 
52 
99 
85 



2. 1 



3 
65 
135 

1 , 500 

2 , 254 

300 
300.00 
731 .50 
550 

1 2 

50 

726 

1 ,750 

370 

1 ,295 

1 
625 



00 
00 
00 
49 
00 
66 
00 
00 
95 



1 5.00 

1 5.00 
55.00 
1 5.00 



1 01 .00 
1 5.00 



65.00 



40.00 
550.00 

50.50 
320.50 

1 0,00 

350.00 

1 5 .00 

33.50 
630.68 
1 8 .00 
1 



657.90 
35.00 
1 5.00 



174.99 
270.00 

600.00 



1 0.00 



1 ,200.00 



1 00 


00 






78 


00 


1 1 


00 


15 


00 






1 00 


00 


300 


00 


3 


44 






75 


50 


234 


75 



500.00 



1 5.00 



13.10 
722.00 



00 



(34) 



CHURCH 


BUDGET 


DESIGNATED 


BLDC 


. F . 


New Ltfe 


^♦38.78 








North Ma tn St. 


104.00 








NorthsTde 


425.00 








Oak Grove 


50.00 








Oakland 


-0- 








Parkwood 


1 ,275.00 


571 .75 






PI a inv f ew 


195.00 








Rankin Lake 


403.32 


1 5.00 






Ran 1 o 


1 ,473.00 


3.95 






RTdge 


460.00 








RTdgeview 


391 .90 








R ivers rde 


554.52 


100.00 


277 


26 


Rob r nwood 










Rosewood Lane 










Sa 1 em 


60.00 


32.00 






Sandy Plains 


1 ,200.00 


51 .95 






Seventh Ave. 


1 00.00 








Shady Grove 


1,126.91 


430.00 






S. Mar fetta St . 


600 . 00 


23 .00 






South Point 


110.00 








Spencer Mtn. 










Stanley, 1st 


900.00 


100.00 






Stowe Memorial 


60.00 








Sunnys ide 


240.64 








Sunset Forest 


546.33 


1 60.00 


262 


67 


Tempi e 


915.00 


96.40 


105 


00 


Tr in i ty 


218.47 








Tuckaseege 


677.93 


65.42 






Unity, Be 1 mon t 


275.00 








Unity, Gas ton ia 


2,794.08 


175.00 






V Ictory 


897.79 








Webb's Chapel 


194.61 








W. Frankl in Ave 


300.00 


19.00 






Wood 1 awn 


550.00 








P rov i d ence 


480.02 


27 .00 


691 


65 


Ea s t C hape 1 










Long C reek Miss 


on 








Ozark 


65.00 








Souths Ide Chapel 


177.13 








Ra I 1 ey Memo rial 


114.52 








Springfield 


67.50 
$55,891 .79 










5,410.49 5 


,387 


42 




OUR 1973 - 7^ SUGGESTED GIFTS GOAL 

AT LEAST 2% OF EACH CHURCH 's TOTAL BUDGET FOR 
ASSOCIATIONAL MISSIONS 



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TREASURER«^S REPORT ^ GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

FRED WEST, TREASURER 

September 30, 1973 



BUDGET ITEM 



PAID THIS MO. PAID TO DATE 



BALANCE 



MISSION PROGRAM-CHRISTIAN 
SOC lAL M IN ISTRI ES 

1. Rent (Bl dg . su pp 1 ted by 
Ozark M Tss . for G . W, C . 

2. Educational Service 
(1 ) V.B.S. 

(2) Literature & Supp. 

(3) Socials 1 
(k) Rel ief 
Eqp t . & Ma 1 n t . 
New Center Expansions 
Literacy Coancfl 
Insurance on VW Van 
Volunteer Training Program2 



-0- 

-0- 

7.10 

-0- 

-0- 

-0- 

-0- 

-0- 

0.00 



TOTAL MISSION PROGRAM 4,^*60.00 37.10 



25.00 
130.19 
12i».3^ 
2,63A .23 
337.56 
A04.77 
100.00 
205.^0 

83.22 

4,0^*^.71 



135 


.00 


69 


81 


175 


66 


'-13'4 


23 


-137 


56 


95 


.23 


-( 


D- 


- 5 


.^0 


216 


.78 



415.29 



1 1 . SALAR 1 ES 










20. 


Supt. of Missions 


iko.ko 


8 


,884.80 


.20 


21 . 


GSM Director 


350.00 


3 


,575.00 


3,425.00 


22 . 


Secretary 


429.36 


5 


,172.44 


106.56 


23. 


D i rector GWC (1 /2 t ime) 


199.74 


2 


,424.20 


119.80 


2k . 


Case Worker (1 /2 t ime) 


189.45 


2 


,313.73 


230.27 


25. 


C 1 er ica 1 Hel p (1/2 t ime 


) -0- 


2 


,117.15 


426.85 


26. 


Extra Secy. Help 


461 .84 


2 


,657.98 


-1 ,385.98^^ 


27 . 


Custod ian 


122.32 


1 


,613.63 


154.32 


28. 


Clerk 
ALARI ES 32, 136.00 2 


-0- 




300.00 


-0- 


TOTAL S 


,493.1 1 


29 


,058.93 


3,077.02 


III. OTHER PERSONNEL EXPENSE 










35. 


Supt. of Missions 












(1) Convention 


-0- 




450.00 


-0- 




(2) Housing (in pmts.) 


- 




- 


- 




(3) Travel 


1 16.66 


1 


,399.92 


.08 j 
-9.60 1 




(k) Heal th & Life Ins. 


85.65 


1 


,023 .60 




( 5 ) Re t i r emen t 


33.34 
235.65 




400.08 


If 




r 


,273.60 


-9.52 


36. 


C SM Director 












(1) Convention 


-0- 




400.00 


-0- 




(2) Housing (in pmts) 


- 




- 


1 ,800.00 




(3) Travel 


-0- 




-0- 


1 ,400.00 




ik) Heal th & Life 


33.00 




384.80 


61 5.20 




(5) Re t I remen t 


-0- 




216.00 


184.00 




33.00 


T 


,000. 8d 


3,999.20 


37. 


OTHER WORKERS 












(1) Ridgecrest (4 pers. 


) -0- 




232.50 


7.50 




(2) Travel -a . D i r .GWC 


25.00 




300.00 


-0- 




b . D i r .MA 


1 0.00 




354.84 


245.16 




(3) Life Ins. ik) 


13.82 
48.82 




172.66 


115.34 




T 


,060.00 


368.00 



38 . Soc ialSecurity 

(Covers all employees except 
CSM Director who is paid out 
of State Off ice) 225.97 



1 ,696.05 



■315.29 



^Additional help authorized by Executive Committee 



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^0- 


300.00 


-0- 


10.75 


307.52 


-7.52 


-Or 


299.85 


.15 


-0- 


300.00 


-0- 


-0- 


-0- 


300.00 


-0- 


850.29 


- .29 


46.01 


332.98 


42.02 


-0- 


41.31 


58.69 


-0- 


55.09 


94.91 


52.76 


308,46 


-8.46 


60.00 


485.95 


194.05 


169.52 


3.281.45 


673.55 



TOTAL OTHER PERSONNEL EXPENSE 11,072.84 

IV. ORGANIZATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL MINISTRY 

45. Woman^s Mlsstonary Unton -O- 

46. Brotherhood 

47. Sunday School 

48. Church TraTntng 

49. Mustc 

50. Assoc la t fona 1 Mtnutes 
51 . Annua 1 Meet tng 

52. Stewardship Promotton 

53 . Evangel Tsm 

54. Visual Ards 

55. Seminary Ext . Schol ar s . 

TOTAL & E MINISTRY 3,955.00 

V, SERVICE MINISTRY 

65. Printing and Office 

Suppl tes 

1. Bulletins s Cal. 149.20 2,431.93 -431.93 

2. Other Printing 38.98 86.23 113.77 

3. Office Supplies '-0- 1,138.70 -138.70 

66. Postage S Bus. Exp. l'4l.28 1,282.94 -382.94 

67. New Eqpt. £ Malnt. -0- 828. 14 -228.14 

329.46 5,767.94 -1 ,067.94 
TOTAL SERVICE 4,700.00 

VI . BUILDINGS S EQUIPMENT 

70. Ut I 1 It les 

(1) Telephone (3 Loc . ) 146.91 1,942.95 217.05 

(2) Gas 31 .68 624.87 -84.87 

(3) Lights & Water 146.88 1,239.09 239.09 

(4) Oil -0- 200.33 299.67 

71. Insurance -0- 350.00 -0- 

72. Maintenance of Bldgs. I98.68 752.01 247.99 

73. Janitorial & Kit.Supp. -0- 282. 19 - 42. 19 

524.15 5,391.44 398.56 
TOTAL BUILDINGS & 

EQUIPMENT 5,790.00 

VII. DEBT RETIREMENT 

80. House Payment 115.00 1,380.00 -0- 

81 . BOND PROGRAM- Slnk.F.- 

Land Purchase 100.00 4,209-30 790.70 

215.00 5,589.30 790.70 
TOTAL DEBT RETIBEMENT 6,380.00 

VIM. CONTINGENCY FUNDS 

90. Misc. & Christmas Bon. 176.79 987-70 112.30 

91 . Des Igna t ions 

TOTAL CONTINGENCY 

Misc. 1 ,100.00 

Designations (See Below) 
BUDGET TOTALS 69,593.84 



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RECEkVED 



RECEIVED 



^ - 153,00 " ' 



8,636,17 
9^5.00 
18A.30 



PAID PAID 
THU MONTH TO DATE BALANCE 
i»20.96 7.181.62 H .359.02* 
7.334.20 
9^5.00 
187.96 
109.19 



Day Care 

Genera 1 

Probatton Cen. 

Gas 

Pastors Conf. 



806,56 
^0^ 
▼ 0' 
^0^ 



IT 



TilHf 



1.226.46 

570. OC 

-0- 

50.06 

2,267.48 



5,757.97 



.301.97 
-0- 
-3.66 
-0- 
-60.71 



*The Baptfst State Conventton of N. C. paid this amount by not billing 
us for the total amounts which th<»- Association pays on the CSM ministry 



MONTH^s REPORT 

On hand Sept. 

Bidg. Fund 

Budget 

Des Tgnat Ions 



1 ,402.3^ 
100.0c 

5.262.72 
959.56 
7T72T39" 



RECON CILIATION 
Total 



Total 



Receipts 
Dlsburs . 



7,724.59 

6.756.05 

968.54 



RECEIVED TO DATE 
PAFD TO DATE 
BALANCE ON HAND 



77.878.48 

76.909.94 

968.54 



NOTE: Books were closed October 4 for 1973. Checks received after 
that date will be psted to 1973-74. 



• ASSOCIATIONAL CLERK'S HONOR ROLL 

• OF • 

• CHURCH CLERKS * 

• First Ten Forwarding Church Letters to the * 




Association • 


• 1 • 


FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH, GASTONIA • 
Mrs. Frank Berkley, Clerk # 


• 2. 


GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH ^ 
Mrs. Wayne Honeycutt, Clerk ^ 


• 3. 


FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH, BESSEMER CITY * 
Mr-. Beulah Mitchell, Clerk • 


• ^* 


CLEVELAND HEIGHTS BAPTIST CHURCH • 
Mrs. Patricia Byrd, Clerk • 


• ^' 


TUCKASEEGE BAPTIST CHURCH « 
James Klrby, Clerk ^ 


• 6. 


BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH . * 
Mrs. Ann Carpenter, Clerk ^ 


• 7. 


FRALEY MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH • 
Bobby G. Payne, Clerk • 


• 8. 


CENTERVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH « 
C. K. Perkins, Clerk 


• 9. 


ANTHONY GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH * 
Mrs. Reeves Black, Clerk 


• 10. 


HOLLAND MEMORIAL BAPTIST CHURCH • 
Mrs. Audrey C. Ballard, Clerk • 
• •••••••••••••••••••• * 



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GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
PROPOSED BUDGET ^ 1973 - 7^ 

MISSION PROGRAM'- CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 

1. ReUef 2,500.00 

2. Supplement to ChMd Care 1,500.00 

3. Equipment & Maintenance 200.00 
k. New Center Expansions 500.00 

5. Literacy Council 100.00 

6. Volunteer Training Program 300.00 

Total Mission Program 5,100.06 

SALARIES 

20. Supt. of MIsstons 9,^25.00 

21 . CSM Director 7, 5^*0.00 

22. Promotional Secretary 5,596.00 

24. Case Worker (1/2 time) 2,697.00 

25. Office Secretary 5,200.00 

27, Custodian 1 ,768.00 

28. Clerk 150.00 

Total Salaries 32,376.00 

. OTHER PERSONNEL EXPENSE 
35. Supt. of Missions 



(1) 


Convent Ion 


450 


00 








(2) 


Housing Cin pmts.) 












(3) 


Travel 


1 ,400 


00 








r 


Heal th & Life Ins. 


1 ,014 


00 








\j 


Retirement _ 


400 


00 


3,264 


08 




CSM 


D 1 rector 












CD 


Convention 


400 


00 








(2) 


Hous tng 


1 ,800 


00 








(3) 


Travel 


1 ,400 


00 






• 


CM 


Health 


1 ,000 


00 






• 


C5) 


Ret 1 rement 


400 


00 


5,000 


00 




Oth« 


5r Workers 












CD 


RIdgecrest C3 persons) 


180 


00 








C2) 


Travel for case worker 


400 


00 








C3) 


Life Ins. ik) 


288 


00 


868 


00 




Social Security 






1,903 


76 




Tot, 


al Other Personnel Expense 






1 1 


,035.84 



36. CSM Director • 



37. 



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IV, ORGANIZATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL MINISTRY 

45. Woman^s Missionary Union 300.00 

46. Brotherhood 300.00 

47. Sunday School 1,000,00 

48. Church Training 300.00 

49. Music 600.00 

50. Assoclat lonal Minutes 850.00 

51. Annual Meeting 375.00 

52. Stewardship Promotion 100.00 

53 . Evangel i sm 150.00 

54. Visual Aids 300.00 

55. Seminary Extension Scholar s. 880.00 

Total 0. & E. Ministry 5,155.00 



V. SERVrCE MrNtSTRY 

65. Prtnttng and Off tec Suppi tes 

(1) Bulletrns 6 Calendar 2,400.00 

(2) Other Prtnttng 200.00 

(3) Off ice. Suppl res 



66. Postage & Bustness Expense 

67. New Equipment 6 MaTntenance 



3,600.00 
900.00 
600.00 



Total Service 



5,100.00 



VI . BUILDINGS & EQU IPMENT 
70. Uttl rtles 

CD Telephone (3 1 oc . ) 2,160,00 

(2) Gas S'jO.OO 

(3) Lights & Water 1 ,000.00 
ik) on 500.00 

71 . Insurance 61 2 .00 

72. Maintenance of Buildings 1,000.00 

73. Janitorial £ Kitchen Supp. 2^0.00 



4,200.00 



1 ,852.00 



Total Buildings & Equipment 



6,052.00 



VII. DEBT RETIREMENT 

80. House Payment 1,380.00 

81. Bond Program'-STnk. Fund'-Land 

Purchase '8,350.00 



Total Debt Retirement 



9,730.00 



VIM. CONTINGENCY FUNDS 

90. Miscellaneous & Christmas 

Bonuses 1 , 1 00 . 00 

91. Petty Cash 200.00 



Tota 1 Con t i ngency 
TOTAL BUDGET 



1 ,300.00 
75.848.84 



The State Convention will participate in the paying of a Christian 
Social Ministries Director in the amount of $6,480.00, leaving us a 
budget of $69,368.84 to raise within the Association. 

EACH CHURCH IS URGED TO CONTRIBUTE 2% of its total budget to 
Assoc iat lona 1 Missions as a M i n imum gift and to send gifts monthly. 



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ANNUAL SERMON 

Preached by Charles H. High 
October 18, 1973 at Woodlawn Baptist Church 

PUBLIC ENEMY NUMBER ONE 
Proverbs 20:1 

Intoxicants make men superficial and cynical. Under the influence 
of alcohol men often reject, flaunt, and deride the most precious 
realities of life. Frequently men who drink become boisterous, un- 
couth troublemakers. In fact, too often otherwise decent human 
beings become bestial and brutal under the influence of beverage alcohol. 

In the Bible, distilled liquors were unknown. The common drink was 
wine. There was the fresh juice of the vine, slightly fermented wine, 
and the highly fermented drink. 

The use of intoxicants as a beverage is strongly condemned in the 
Bible. Concerning it, woes and warnings are frequently pronounced. 

Woe unto them that rise up early in the morning, that they may 
follow strong drink; that continue until night, till wine inflame them! 

Woe unto them that are mightly to drink wine, and men of strength 
to mingle strong drink; which justify the wiched for reward, and take 
away the righteousness of the righteous from him! — Isaiah 5:11,22-23 

Who hath woe? who hath sorrow? who hath contentions? who hath 
babbling? who hath redness of eyes? 

They that tarry long at the wine; they that go to seek mixed wine. 

Look not thou upon the wine when it is red, when it giveth his 
colour in the cup, when it mbveth itself aright. 

Thine eyes shall behold strange women, and thine heart shall utter 
perverse things. — Proverbs 23:29-31,33 

Sometimes its medical* use is commended. Paul's advice to Timothy is 
familiar: "Drink no longer water, but use a little wine for thy stomach's 
sake and thine often infirmities" (I Timothy 5:23). At other times 
wine is referred to as a symbol of prosperity and joy. 

The over-all, general trend of the whole Bible, however, must be the 
rule for determining its teachings. Its paramount, profound principles 
must not be set aside by a few difficult passages. This is not only 
true of intoxicants, but is applicable to all other issues as well. 
And the general teaching of the Bible concerning the dangers involved 
in using alcoholic beverages is crystal clear. 

I. THE ENEMY OF LIFE 

Beverage alcohol kills many more people than knives, guns, and poison- 
ous drugs each year. It is like a cocked pistol on the highways. A 
driver under the influence of alcohol (he does not have to be drunk) 
has his reflexes slowed down and his co-ordination so confused as to 
be a constant menace — a potential killer. Scatter these along the 
highways of America, and you have a danger equal to firing a bank of 
artillery at random. In the country as a whole, 50 per cent of the 
highway accidents and deaths are attributed by many to beverage 
alcohol, (over 30,000 killed last year) 

Beverage alcohol is a great enemy of personal and public health. 
It makes thousands more susceptible to certain diseases — and in their 
most dangerous forms. It weakens resistance and undermines recuperative 



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powers. Some insurance companies take these facts into consideration 
and give lower rates to total abstainers. 

Alcoholics are becoming so numerous as to be a national problem. 
They practically disappeared in the early years of prohibition when 
there was a decent effort to enforce the laws. They began to appear 
again when defiance of the dry laws became widespread. The return 
of legal liquor has greatly accelerated the increase of drunkards — 
alcoholics — helpless human wrecks who have lost control of when they 
drink and how much they drink. Authorities estimate that there are 
now in the United States 8,000,000 alcoholics with an additional 
5,000,000 habitual heavy, drinkers. This so-called disease ranks along 
with heart disease and cancer as a public health problem. 

No slavery is more galling and no mental torture more wretched than 
that endured by the unfortunate victims of liquor's horrible power. 
There is no preventive and no permanent cure without total abstinence. 
No one who drinks can be sure that he will not become an alcoholic, 
and no alcoholic can take one drink without being thrown back into 
the miserable cycle again. It is the only disease that society 
seeks to cure without making the primary attack on the cause. In fact, 
society sanctions; legalizes, and nurtures the cause. 

II. IT IS AN ENEMY OF THE HOME 

No one thing produces as much domestic misery, unhappiness, and 
instability as beverage alcohol. It sends an unending stream to the 
court room. It feeds the divorce mill as no other factor does. 
Evangeline Boothwell said: 

DRINK has drained more blood. 

Hung more crepe. 

Sold more homes, 

Plunged more people into bankruptcy. 

Armed more villains, 

Slain more children. 

Snapped more wedding rings. 

Defiled more innocence. 

Blinded more eyes, 

Twisted more limbs, 

Dethroned more reason. 

Wrecked more manhood. 

Dishonored more womanhood. 

Broken more hearts, 
' Blasted more lives. 

Driven more to suicide. 

And dug more graves 

Than any other poisoned scourge 
that ever swept its death-dealing 
waves across the world. 

It frequently disqualifies the parents for rearing children. This 
is beginning to apply to the mother as well as to the father to an 
alarming degree. Domestic strife, discord, confusion, and irrespon- 
sibility are becoming the order of the day. Liquor is the big factor 
in it all. Alcoholism ranks almost on a par with adultery, desertion, 
and cruelty as grounds for divorce. 

In Cook County, Illinois, a special research study showed that the 
divorce rate among alcoholics was almost six times as great as that 
of the general population. "Six out of every ten juvenile deliquents 
have fathers who drink to excess; many have mothers who drink to excess, 
according to Doctors Sheldon and Eleanor Glueck, husband and wife 
sociology team who were called^ before a Congressional inquiry probing 
juvenile delinquency." 



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III. AN ENEMY OF SOCIETY 

Liquo^ frequently makes its users lawless and even dangerous. It 
is continuously breaking out in antisocial acts. It requires 
extravagantly expensive surveillance. Otherwise, it would produce an 
impossible situation for law and order. Law enforcement officers 
could be reduced in number and could be paid better salaries were it 
not for beverage alcohol. 

Those who sell liquor, in the main, have a tendency to subvert the 
law and corrupt politics. Court records proving the bad citizenship 
of liquor dealers if compiled would fill the Library of Congress. It 
is a sordid trail from the beginning of our country's history until 
the present moment. No business has to bout so many curbs and 
regulations as the business of beverage alcohol. It requires eternal, 
costly vigilance. 

Its antisocial nature is revealed by the company it keeps. Prostitution 
and gambling follow it. Crime-breeding night spots would go out of 
business without beverage alcohol. The sexually stimulating dance and 
general immorality flourish where liquor is plentiful. 

The high-powered, intricate machinery of the industrial world and 
mechanized military weapons can be rendered useless by alcoholic 
operators. Well-focused eyes, clear mind, and steady nerves are needed, 
and liquor is a bitter foe to each. Every civilization has been pickled 
in alcohol sooner or later. Ours is following the same pattern except 
with greater speed due to our machinery. 

I once heard a humorous ditty that went like this: 

One evening in October, when I was far from sober, 

I was dragging home a load with manly pride. 
My poor feet began to studder and I fell in the gutter 

And a pig wobbled over and parked right by my side. 
A lady passerby was heard to say, "You can tell 

a man who boozes by the company he chooses." 
So the pig got up and slowly walked away. 

IV. IT IS THE ENEMY OF SPIRITUAL VALUES 

"Dearly beloved, I beseech you as strangers and pilgrims, abstain 
from fleshly lusts, which war against the soul," wrote Peter to 
first-century Christians, and his counsel is still pertinent to our ' 
own sensate culture. 

The body is the temple of the Holy Spirit. It should not be poisoned 
but kept clean. It should not be filled with strong drink but should 
be stimulated by the Spirit from which comes melody and good will. 
Those who are excited with a false sense of exhilaration will have a 
real let-down. Alcohol is a drug which is habit forming. It carries 
its own inherent demand for repetition; one drink calls for another one. 
Its thrill weakens with the habit-forming process, requiring more and 
more to bring the stimulation up to the same point of excitement. 
Being filled with the Spirit brings similar but superior exuberance 
with no effects of dissipation. Beverage alcohol creates a fool's 
paradise of "make believe." The Holy Spirit engenders a real paradise 
in which there is no disillusionment. "Be not drunk with wine, wherein 
is excess; but be filled with the Spirit; speaking to yourselves in 
psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in 
your heart to the Lord" (Ephesians 5:18-19). 

Dr. W.R. White, on a train coming out of New Orleai.£ said a conductor 
once asked another minister and him to witness an unforgettable sight. 
A drunken woman was sprawled in the doorway of the woir.en ' s restrnoi? :v't^ 



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the odorous remnants of her previous meal soiling her face and clothes. 
She was unconscious. Her purse had fallen to the floor open. The 
contents were spilled in all directions. Her hair was disheveled 
and mixed up with the whole conglomeration. It was revolting-- tragic — 
disgusting. 

The other minister and Dr. White witnessed the counting of the money 
in and out of her purse. Then they helped to carry her limp body to 
her berth. At this point a problem arose. She had been able to get 
only an upper. A lovely woman who had the lower beneath her gladly 
exchanged berths with her. 

Next morning she was sober. After a complete work-over in the rest- 
room, she came out looking quite respectable, neat, and trim. What a 
contrast to the wreck of the evening before I Seeing the charming 
husband meet her, but still with the picture of the night before in 
his mind, he said "I could only loathe and hate the damnable stuff 
that would make a repulsive beast out of an otherwise attractive 
human being." 

This kind of scene makes a Christian understand the deeper meaning 
of Paul's conviction: "It is good neither to eat flesh, nor to drink 
wine, nor any thing whereby thy brother stumbleth, or is offended, or 
is made weak" (Romans 14:21). 

It is estimated there are 75,000,000 drinkers in America who spend 
annually 15 billion dollars for 150 million gallons of wine, 200 
million gallons of distilled spirits, and 2 billion 500 million gallons 
of beer. 

The first full year of repeal was in 1934. That year, liquor consum- 
ption averaged approximately 8 gallons for every man, woman and child. 
It now averages over 18 gallons per capita — two and one-half times as 
much. 

Alcohol is involved in at least 90% of juvenile delinquency, 7 5% 
of crime, 50% of divorce and over 50% of the fatal traffic accidents. 

Liquor is a curse to America. It is a curse to her highways. It 
is a curse to her youth. It is a curse to her politics. It is a 
curse to her manhood and womanhood. It is a curse to those who 
"Giveth his neighbor drink, that puttest the bottle to him." Liquor 
foments strife, creates confusion, fosters crime, promotes corruption, 
pollutes social life and undermines military might. 

The legalized liquor traffic, including Liquor by the Drink, has 
spawned and spewed immorality, wickedness, crime, corruption, 
debauchery, repugnant advertising, increased drunkenness, augmented 
juvenile delinquency, blighted womanhood, swarmed female barflies, 
fomented domestic strife, increased divorce, multiplied traffic 
slaughter, rejoiced the devil and grieved God. 

It has hampered the church, string-haltered government, shackled the 
press, sabotaged radio and television, afflicted the ministry with 
lockjaw, frightened educational leaders, cowed social workers, and 
diverted temperance leaders into the field of education and rehabil- 
itation instead of waging an all-out war against the traffic itself. 

You can't get rid of these evil results without getting rid of 
liquor itself. You can't get rid of liquor without getting rid of the 
traffic in liquor. Regulating the traffic won't kill it. Fumigating 
the traffic won't kill it. Moral suasion won't kill it. It takes 
a law to close breweries, padlock distilleries, stop liquor advertising, 
and close up taverns, honky tonks, road houses, liquor stores and 
beer joints. 



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There is no use fighting sin with a feather duster. There is no use 
sprinkling talcum on a pole cat. There is no use hunting bears 
with a pop gun. Big battles require big weapons. 

Decency and liquor have nothing in common. Some people may be 
decent in spite of it, but nobody is made better because of it. 

Beverage alcohol would destroy the Church if it could I The Church 
could destroy beverage alcohol if it would. 

1. Vote against legal and bootleg alcohol. Vote against Liquor by the 
Drink. 

2. Vote for political candidates who oppose beverage alcohol. 

3. Teach in your home and preach in your churches the evils of 
beverage alcohol. 

4. Pray that you and your family will not be its next victim. 

Let us all work together on this issue and all moral issues. 

Let us work together in our churches, associations, and denominations. 

Let us serve the Lord Jesus Christ until those Blessed Pierced 
hands that opened to us the gates of grace shall open to us the Gates 
of Glory and we shall be with our Lord forever and forever and forever 
and forever. 



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Doctrinal Sermon 

Preached By A. A. Bailey 
October 19, 1973 at High Shoals Baptist Church 

THE RETURN OF CHRIST 

Matthew 24:14 - "And this gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in 
all the world for a witness unto all nations and then shall the end 
come . " 

Introduction: The word kingdom is in the genative or possessive case 
and so it is the kingdom's gospel. If there is no kingdom there is 
no gospel. 

A study of this subject from the many texts is a difficult one. 
It is made more difficult by confusing the destruction of Jerusalem 
and the second coming as mentioned in Matthew 24:3 as dual questions 
by the disciples. 

A second major reason for not understanding the second coming is 
a lack of understanding the first coming. Dr. C. I. Scofield and 
others hold to the theory that Jesus did not fully establish the king- 
dom when he was on earth; that it is to be a future kingdom (Scofield 
Bible - pages 996, 998, 1003, 1017). The Greek texts of Matt. 3:2 
and 4:17 make it clear that the kingdom has come. The verb, come, is 
a first aorist, aggiken, and means the action is complete. In the 
Lord's prayer, thy kingdom come, is an aorist imperative with complete 
action and urgency. Dr.. Billy Graham in the magazine. Decision , 
for February 1973 says that this prayer has never been answered, but 
will be answered when Christ becomes the future world ruler. In 
the July issue he speaks of the restoration of Israel, the rapture 
of the saints and the millenial kingdom inaugurated. In the August 
issue Dr. Graham says that the "Bible teaches that peace is only an 
illusive dream until Christ comes as the Prince of Peace." "Utopia 
is coming to the world, the kingdom age is going to come." Paul 
stated in Romans 14:17 that the kingdom is peace and the author of 
Hebrews in 6:4-6 declares that we have a taste of heaven on earth. 
In the light of this I ask, "What is a kingdom and what kind did 
Christ come to inaugurate?" A kingdom consists of a king, subjects, 
and the rule of that king over those subjects. Concerning the king- 
dom, a student would do well to study Roland Q. Leavell's Studies in 
Matthew and Herschel Hobbs' An Exposition of the Gospel of Matthew . 
These expositors interpret every chapter in terms of the kingdom. 
Matthew, a Jew who seldom used a name for God, used the term kingdom 
of God four times and kingdom of heaven over thirty times. Dr. Scofield 
says these are to be distinguished, but Luke and Mark never use the 
term kingdom of heaven. These terms mean the same thing. 

A quick review of the scriptures will show that Daniel (7:13,14) 
was given a vision of the king and the kingdom; that Psalm 2:6-8 
says he is appointed by God as Son and King. Isaiah 9:6-9 describes 
the character and manner of his coming. The angel speaks in Luke 
1:31-33 of his royalty. In Matthew 2:1-2 the wise men search for 
the King. After feeding the five thousand, the people try to make 
him King (John 6:14-15). In Luke 10:11 the seventy were to preach 
"The kingdom of God is come nigh unto you". In the triumphal entry 
he was acknowledged to be King. In John 18:37 Jesus declared that 
he was King and Pilate declared in John 19:14 "Behold your King." 
Paul and Silas preached it in Acts 17:7. 

In Matthew 16:28 Jesus said, "There be some standing here which 
shall not taste death, till they see the Son of man coming in his 



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kingdom. These comings would refer to events such as the resurrection, 
Pentecost, or the destruction of Jerusalem. 

Jesus is now reigning as King. (Revelation 11:15, Psalm 110:1, 
I Cor. 15: 25,26) Christ inaugurated or initiated the kingdom of God 
while he was on earth and as of now there are about one billion people 
of earth who are citizens of the kingdom. 

My text of Matthew 24:14 speaks of the witness of that kingdom, 
not as something to come, but as the marturion which is the testimony, 
proof or evidence. How can you prove something that doesn't exist? 

The difficulty some have is not noting the nature of this spiritual 
kingdom and not hearing Jesus speak in Luke 17:20-21 "The kingdom of 
God Cometh not with observation. Neither shall they say, Lo herel or 
lo there! for behold the kingdom of God is within you". This word 
within comes from a Greek word, entos, and means inside as used only 
one other time in Matthew 23:26. 

A third reason for not understanding the second coming is a mis- 
interpretation of the scripture by ignoring the grammar, history, and 
context. When a student cannot do his own exegesis he must depend on 
others. It is at this point I question the scholarship of Dr. C.I. 
Scofield and his eight consulting editors; only one of whom has a 
listed earned degree and this one in the field of law (Scofield Bible, 
page 987) . Furthermore, any student should interpret the unclear 
passages in the light of the clear. The historical should never be 
futurized as many have done with the book. Revelation. Four times 
(Rev.l; 1,3: 22:6,10) the author speaks of "things which must shortly 
come to pass", "the time is at hand." In 4:1 the word hereafter 
means after these things. It is of equal value to know that Rev.l:l 
says the book is "signified," esamanen, which means it was written in 
sign language with numbers, symbols, and figures of speech. The 
thousand years mentioned in Rev. 20 are not more literal then'the beast, 
dragon, the Alpha and Omega, or the fat woman sitting on seven mountains, 
Dr. E. A. McDowell in The Meaning and the Message of the Revelation 
says that this is a period of time between the resurrection of Christ 
and the return of Christ. Most scholars will at least say that the 
return is at the end of the thousand years (Dr. E.G. Dargan, The 
Doctrines of Our Faith ) . 

Where did we get the idea of a literal restoration of the Jews 
to Jerusalem unless it is from Acts 1:6 "Wilt thou at this time restore 
(return to the original) the kingdom to Israel?" This merits at least 
three comments. Jesus didn't answer their silly question but gave 
them the great commission. Jesus had already made known that the 
kingdom of God shall be taken from the Jews and given to another 
nation bringing forth the fruits thereof (Matt. 21:43) Paul in Romans 
2:28, 29 and Gal. 6:16 made known that Christians, the circumcised of 
heart, were the true Israel of God. In Acts 2: 21-36, Peter says that 
Christ was resurrected to' sit on the throne of David - not waiting 
for the second coming. Dr. W.T. Conner in The FAith of the New 
Testament on page 87 says, "To interpret the Lord's second coming as 
being for the purpose of setting up a political or semi-political 
Jewish Kingdom on earth would be a direct reversal of his purpose and 
work in his first coming, not the consummation of it." Again on page 
499 note "Revelation twenty does not mean that Christ is ever coming 
back to this world to set up any kind of a political or visible kingdom.' 

The Jews have the same gospel that all others have had and will 
have. If any man preach any other gospel, let him be accursed. 

The idea of a secret rapture of the church is foreign to the 
New Testament. See Revelation 1:7. How could it be secret when Jesus 
said in Luke 17:24 "As the lightning that lighteneth out of the one part 



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of heaven, shineth unto the other part under heaven, so shall also 
the Son of man in his day." Also Jesus is to be accompanied by all 
the angels of heaven (Matthew 25:31) and the spirits of the departed 
dead (I Thess.4:14) with the voice of the archangel, and the trumpet 
of God. If we believe in a secret rapture we will have to quit singing, 
"When the trumpet of the Lord shall sound and time shall be no more," 
because those who hold this theory believe there will be a thousand 
year reign and seven years tribulation. 

A part of this error is based on the words of Jesus when he says 
two will be in the field, one will be taken and the other left. Two 
will be grinding, one will be taken and the other left. One will be 
taken, paralambanetai, seized forcibly, (taken like goats) the one 
left, aphietai, let go, set free, acquit. Others make the mistake 
of seeing two resurrections from I Thess. 4, but remember that the 
context covers Paul speaking about the status of the righteous living 
and dead with not a word about the unrighteous. When he speaks that 
the dead in Christ shall rise first he has the living in Christ as an 
aptithesis to the dead in Christ. The Bible speaks of two resurrections. 
The first is a spiritual experience in regeneration or symbol and the 
second is bodily. Concerning the two deaths, the first is bodily and 
the second is spiritual. 

I find it easy to agree with Dr. Herschel Hobbs when he puts it 
plainly in Fundamentals of Our Faith that there will be one return 

(p. 153), one bodily resurrection both of the just and unjust (page 157), 
and one judgement (p. 159). This is opposite to opinions expressed by 
Dr. Herschel Ford on page 106 in Simple Sermons On the Great Christian 
Doctrines . See John 5:28,29; Acts 24:15 and II Timothy 2:18 for a 

(single) resurrection of all the dead. 

I am awed that our Baptist Film Center has been watergated to 
present a film, The Rapture, which is an imagination of how the 
television network would handle the catching away of millions of saints 
and the reaction of people to the sudden and unexplained disappearance 
of millions of people. 

It is not an imagination that Paul in I Thess. 4: 17 says "so shall 
we ever be with the Lord." The Greek language says houtos pantote, 
thus always, in this manner always. If this is to be taken literally, 
Christ will never set foot on this earth again; no wonder the demand 
for and the proclaimation of a new heaven and a new earth. Revelation 
21: 1-4. 

The development of every new crisis and the continuation of any 
existing crisis from now to the return of Christ is in favor of God's 
progressive program to redeem the world. If there be one single 
deterrent to the return of Christ it is that the gospel of the king- 
dom has not been preached as it ought. I would not be surprised if 
he came this minute nor would I be disappointed if he waited for years. 

Dr. Ray Summers in The Life Beyond on page 96 says, "When men 
accept the New Testament teaching that when the Lord returns he will 
raise the dead, hold the final judgement of men, and establish the 
eternal order, there is general agreement and little confusion." 

Four words used for the return are: (1) erchomai which means 
"I come" (2) epiphaino which means to appear or become visible 
(3) parousia "I am beside or alongside" and is translated presence or 
coming and (4) apokalupsis , to unveil or reveal. Dr. Summers (Ibid) 
p. 98-99. Another word is used in Hebrews 9:28, ophthasetai, which 
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I. The fact and certainty of the return. 

1. Christ taught it himself. 

a. Matt. 16:27, "For the Son of man shall come in the glory 
of his Father with his angels; and then he shall reward every 
man according to his works." 

■<■ b. The parable of the virgins (Matt. 25) and the parable of the 
pounds (Luke 19:12) declare that he will come again. 

c. In Matthew, Chapters 24-25, Jesus discusses his coming at 
length and also Luke 12:31-59. 

d. Matt. 26:64 "Hereafter ye shall see the Son of man sitting 
on the right hand of power and coming in the clouds of heaven." 

e. John 14:3-28 "I will come again and receive you unto myself." 

f. Observe the certainty in Luke 17:22-37. 

2. The return is taught by the Apostles. 

a. Acts 1:11 "This same Jesus, which is taken up from you into 
heaven, shall so come in like manner as ye have seen him go into 
heaven. " 

b. Acts 3:20 "And he shall send Jesus Christ, which was preached 
before unto you." 

c. James 5:7 "Be patient unto the coming of the Lord." 

d. I Peter 1:7 'That the trial of your faith be found unto praise 
and honor and glory at the appearing of Jesus Christ." 

e. I Peter 1:13 "Hope to the end for the grace that is to be 
brought unto you at the revelation of Jesus Christ." 

f. II Peter 3:1-18 (This passage tells us why there are 
mockers to the second coming. It tells us in v. 8 that God is 
not limited and that God's delay is man's opportunity for re- 
pentance as in verse 9.) Verse 10"The day of the Lord will come 
as a thief in the night." 

g. I John 2:28 "Abide in him; that, when he shall appear, we 
may have confidence." 

h. Heb. 9:28 "He shall appear the second time without sin unto 
salvation. " 

i. Heb. 10:37"He that shall come will come." 

j. Rev. 1:7 "Every eye shall see him." 

k. See I Cor. 1:7; Phil. 3: 20; I Thess.4:16; Titus 2:13; II Thess. 
2:1-4. 

II. The time of the return is not revealed. 

1. Matt. 24:36 "But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no not the 
angels of heaven, but my Father only." 

2. Mark 13:32 "Neither the Son." 

3. Acts 1:7" It is not for you to know the times or the seasons." 

4. The emphasis of Christ was on present duty, not future events. 

III. The Manner of the return is clear. 

1. Unexpectedly for some. Matt. 24 : 36-51; I Thess. 5:1-3. 

2. Unmistakable Luke 17:24 "As the lightening that lighteneth out 



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of the one part under heaven, shineth unto the other part under 
heaven; so shall also the Son of man be in his day." See Matt. 24: 27 

3. Know to Heaven and all of earth. 

a. Matt. 24: 30 "Then shall appear the sign of the Son of man in 
heaven; then shall all the tribes of the earth mourn, and they 
shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds of heaven with 
power and great glory." 

b. Acts 1:11 "Taken up from you into heaven, shall so come in 
like manner. " 

c. Rev. 1:7 "Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall 
see him; and they which pierced him; and all kindred of the earth 
shall wail because of him." 

4. Accompanied by those who have died in Christ. I Thess.4:14 

5. Accompanied by all the angels of heaven. Matt. 25:31 

6. Gloriously - Outward, personal, visible. 

a. Matt. 16:27 "For the Son of man shall come in the glory of 
his Father with his angels; and then he shall reward every man 
according to his works." 

b. Matt. 25:31"Then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory." 

c. I Thess. 4:16"He shall descend from heaven with a shout, with 
the voice of the archangel and with the trump of God, and the 
dead in Christ shall rise." 

d. II Thess. l:10"When he shall come to be glorified in his 
saints and be admired in all them that believe in that day." 

IV. The New Testament Expectancy. 

1. They looked for the return but were not so dogmatic as to say 
that Christ would, without fail, return in that day. 

2. Paul in II Thess. 2:1-12 and Peter in II Peter 3:3-12 warn 
against premature expectation. 

3. They obeyed the commands of Christ Matt. 24:42; 25:13 and 
Mark 13:35-37. 

4. Ignorance of the time and significance of the event demanded a 
constant watch then as it ought to do now. 

5. Dr. E.Y. Mullins in The Christian Religion In Its Doctrinal 
Expression on page 465 says that- this was a moral and a 
spiritual incentive to suffering Christians; that it was an 
exhortation to prayer and service, and that it gave unity to 
the faith of believers. 

V. The return and its relation to the millennium. 

1. In Rev. 20:4,10 there is a figurative statement about a thous- 
and years and progress in the Kingdom at that time. 

2. Christians are divided as to whether the return of Christ will 
be at the beginning or close of these "thousand years". 

3. It is my opinion that more scholars teach that the second coming 
will be at the close of this"millennium" . 

VI. Conclusions about the coming. 

1. Many questions would have no answer and life would have less 
purpose apart from the doctrine of Christ's return. 

2. Christ could come at any time. 

3. Our attitude should be one of preparation, expectation and 
waiting with such joy in service and growth in grace and in 
the knowledge of Christ as would honor God. 



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Inter-Com Ministry-Beam's Rest Home; Private Homes Woodlawn 

Mankato Baptist Church Loray 

Rankin Hill. McAdenville 

Senior Citizens Alexis 

Shut-in Ministry Alexis 

Youth Ministry Alexis 

RETIRED ORDAINED MINISTERS 

Belmont, First Walter N. Long, Belmont 

Bessemer City, Second R.L. Rhodes, Gastonia 

Catawba Heights Watson E. Abrams,Mt. Holly 

Chapel Grove t L . E . Bookout , Gastonia 

Cherryville, First Z.W. Settlemyer, Cherryville 

Dallas Hubert Huggins , DAllas 

Friendship A. P. Millen, Belmont 

Gamble Hill , R.C. Franks, Bessemer City 

Gastonia, East W.L. Walters, Gastonia 

Gastonia, East T.L. Cashwell,Sr. , Gastonia 

Long Creek Memorial . R . Costner , Gastonia 

McAdenville E.J. Rumfelt, McAdenville 

Northside Will Cloer, Gastonia 

Shady Grove Amos Riser, Cherryville 

Temple Oscar Bolch, Gastonia 

ORDAINED MINISTERS, NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 

Alexis Harry C . Hand , Stanley 

Bessemer City, First W.P. Burcgardner, Bessemer City 

Catawba Heights J. Howard Mauldin, Belmont 

Cleveland Heights Jack Rose , Gastonia 

Dallas Clyde High, Dallas 

Flint-Groves George Pettigrew, Gastonia 

Gamble Hill Oscar Bolch, Gastonia 

Gastonia, Fir St Dean H. Jones, Gastonia 

Gastonia, First Clarence A.Eden, Jr. , Gastonia 

Long Creek Memorial Harold Long, Dallas 

Love Memorial Lloyd Hales , Dallas 

McAdenville David Morris , McAdenville 

Macedonia C . R . McMahan , Gastonia 

Mt. Beulah Franklin Hartman, Gastonia 

Mt. Holly, First E.L. Spivey, Mt. Holly 

Mt. Zion Lee Wacaster, Cherryville 

New Hope Donald Coleman, Gastonia 

New Hope Yates Campbell, Gastonia 



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Parkwood J . Howard Smith , Gastonia 

Par kwood James L . Lowery , Gastonia 

Parkwood Hoyle T. Allred, Gastonia 

Salem William H, Meeks, Gastonia 

Stanley, First S.O. Brandon, Stanley 

Trinity O. Kenneth Anthony, Bessemer City 

Victory Robert Grigg , Gastonia 

Webb' s Chapel Jack Cagle, Lincolnton 

Webb' s Chapel Samuel Murphy, Lincolnton 

Woodlawn J.T. Stafford, Lowell 

Woodlawn. . . J.N. Grant, Lowell 

Woodlawn Eugene Knight, Lowell 

LICENSED MINISTERS 

Bethel W.L. Stroupe, Dallas 

Bethlehem Thomas L.Holbrooks, Jr. , Gastonia 

Calvary Ralph Webb, Gastonia 

Catawba Heights Boyce J . Duncan , Belmont 

Chestnut Ridge Rochelle Connors, Kings Mtn. 

Cleveland Heights Jimmy Galloway, Gastonia 

Cramerton, West W.C. Waters, Lowell 

Fairview Hazel P. Boyd, , Gastonia 

Fairview Andy W. Broughton, GaStonia 

Fairview Walter F. Payne, Jr. , Gastonia 

Faith (BC) John D.Buchanan, Bessemer City 

Flint-Groves Roland Fowler , Dallas 

Friendship Lewis Smith, Belmont 

Hickory Grove Chris Chaney, Shelby 

High Shoals Dennis Blankenship, Lincolnton 

High Shoals T . O . Webber , High Shoals 

High Shoals J.M. Shelton, Lincolnton 

Loray , Curtis England, Bessemer City 

Lowell, First Tony Fulbright, Lowell 

Midway Bobby Hatcher , Gastonia 

Mt. Beulah Jerry L. Clark, Gastonia 

Mt. Holly, First Robert Deese, Mt. Holly 

Mt. Holly, Second Philip Campbell, Gastonia 

Mt. Holly, Second Danny Brock, Charlotte 

Mt. Zion Jerry Lail, Cherryville 

Northside Tony McCombs, Gastonia 

Nor thside John E . Boyd . , Gastonia 

Ridgeview • David Helton, Mt. Holly 

Salem Raymond Franklin, Gastonia 

Seventh Avenue Rex Lovin, Gastonia 

Springfield D. Michael Royston, Gastonia 

Stanley, First Eli J. Brown, Stanley 

Stanley, First Bobby Lane Thomas, Stanley 

Unity, Belmont David Poteat, Gastonia 

West Franklin Avenue Thomas Edwards, Gastonia 

West Franklin Avenue Kenneth Cobb, Bessemer City 

ASSOCIATE PASTORS OR EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORS 

Alexander Memorial C.C. Roberts, Mt, Holly 

Belmont, East Gerald Campbell, Belmont 

Bemont, First James F. Parham, Belmont 

Bessemer City, Second Bob Grigg, Bessemer City 

Cherryville, First James Albert Leath, Jr. , Cherryville 

Cramerton, First Donald D. Almond, Cramerton 

East, Gastonia Harry M. McCall, Gastonia 

Gastonia, First Charles B. Summey, Gastonia 

Loray Glain S . Pennell , Gastonia 

Parkwood Richard E . Hicks , Gastonia 



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South Marietta Street Win. Wayne Johnson, Gastonia 

Unity, Gastonia J. Herman Motsinger, Gastonia 

YOUTH DIRECTORS 

Alexis Fred Bradshaw, Stanley 

Belmont, First Alex F. Hegenbart, Belmont 

Bessemer City, Second Dennis Badger, Kings Mtn. 

Bethlehem Lonnie Hoyle, Gastonia 

Chapel Grove Terry Usery , Lowell 

Cherryville, First Paul D. Robins, Cherryville 

Cramer ton. First Donald D. Almond, Cramerton 

Flint-Groves Mrs. Peggy Evington, Gastonia 

Fraley Memorial Mrs. Cathy Chaney, Shelby 

Gastonia, East Harry M. McCall, Gastonia 

Gastonia, First Charles B. DuRant, Gastonia 

Holland Memorial Mrs. Linda Bodenhamer, Bessemer City 

Lakeview Mrs. Lola Arnold, McAdenville 

Love Memorial Tim McClure, Gastonia 

Lowell, First Tony Fulbright, Lowell 

Mt. Beulah Mrs. Judy Cook, Bessemer City 

Mt. Holly, Second Philip Campbell, Gastonia 

Salem , Harold Meeks, Gastonia 

Sandy Plains Mrs . Edd Spencer , Gastonia 

Shady Grove Ric Taylor , Shelby 

Stanley, First ♦. Michal Long, DAllas 

Temple Wade Dellinger, Gastonia 

Victory Richard Savage , Gastonia 

West Franklin Avenue Kenneth Cobb, Bessemer City 

SECRETARIES 

Alexis Mrs. Norman W. Sisk, Stanley 

Anthony Grove Mrs. Carolyn Bumgarner,,. Cherryville 

Belmont, East Mrs, Gerald Campbell, Belmont 

Belmont, First Mrs. Shirley Bowen, Belmont 

Berea Mrs. Gail Caldwell, Gastonia 

Bessemer City, First Mrs. Coye Hovis, Bessemer City 

Bessemer City, Second Hazel Perry, Bessemer City 

Bethany Miss Pamela Daniels, Gastonia 

Bethel Mrs. Kathleen Pryor, Gastonia 

Bethlehem. Rose Clark, Gastonia 

Bingham Memorial Ruth Reynolds , Bessemer City 

Browntown Ester Brown, Belmont 

Calvary. , Mrs. Sandra Robinson, Gastonia 

Centerview Mrs. Louise Perkins, Mt. Holly 

Cherryville, First Mrs. Mabel D.Eaker, Cherryville 

Cherryville, Second Mrs. Alda Peeler, Cherryville 

Chestnut Ridge Mrs. Lillian Nolan, Kings Mtn. 

Cramerton, First Mrs. Bryan Hurd, Cramerton 

Cramerton, West Phil Holcomb, Gastonia 

Dallas Mrs. Wade A. Simras, Dallas 

Fairview Mrs. Brenda Broughton, Gastonia 

Faith, Belmont .Mrs. Hilda McCarn, Belmont 

Faith, Gastonia, Marianna Berkley, Gastonia 

Flint-Groves .Mrs. Becky Garner, Gastonia 

Fraley Memorial. , Mrs. Elsie Hoffman, Gastonia 

Friendship .............. , Mrs. Bill Millen, Gastonia 

Gamble Hill ....,,,. .Mrs. Susie Wamble, Gastonia 

Gastonia, East . .Miss Juanita Alexander, Gastonia 

Gastonia, First , . . . .Mrs. Faye B. Armour, Gastonia 

Hardin Mr s . Joyce Rhyne , Dallas 

Hickory Grove Diane Brock , Mt . Holly 

High Shoals o Mrs. Martha W. Tucker, Lincolnton 

Holland Memorial Mrs. Audrey C. Ballard, Bessemer City 

Long Creek Memorial -. Mrs. Peggy McCraw, Dallaa 



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Loray Mrs. .Ruby W. Carpenter , Kings Mtn. 

Love Memorial Mrs . Betty Baumgarner , Gastonia 

Lowell, First Mrs, Fred Hallman, Gastonia 

McAdenville ' Mrs. Steve Rankin, McAdenville 

Mt. Beulah Mrs. Wilma Stinnette, Bessemer City 

Mt. Holly, First Mrs. M.L. Henderson, Mt. Holly 

Mt. Zion Mrs, Joyce Dellinger, Cherryville 

New Hope Mrs. Woodrow W. Stowe, Gastonia 

New Life Charles Rhyne , Stanley 

Northside Mrs. Estelle Kirkland, Ranlo 

Oak Grove Mrs. Ray Anthony, Cherryville 

Parkwood Mrs. Frances Hudson, Gastonia 

Ranlo Mrs. Pat Triplett, Gastonia 

Ridgeview Mts. Diane Helton, Mt. Holly 

Robinwood Charles Muse, Gastonia 

Sandy Plains Mrs. Nelson Hoffman, Gastonia 

Seventh Avenue Mrs. C.L. Clemmer, Gastonia 

South Marietta Street Mrs. Lucille H. Anthony, Gastonia 

South Point Miss Susan Jones, Balinont 

Stanley, First Mrs. Frank McClure, Stanley 

Sunnyside Miss Kay Ledford, Bessemer City 

Sunset Forest Miss Florine Pressley, Gastonia 

Temple Mrs. Phyllis Walters, Lincolnton 

Tuckaseege Mrs. R. Mack Pressley, Mt. Holly 

Unity, Gastonia Mrs. Veda Rhyne, Gastonia 

Victory Mrs. Rita Short, Gastonia 

West Franklin Avenue Mrs. Ray Deal, Gastonia 

Woodlawn Jane M. Saunders, Lowell 

RECREATIONAL DIRECTORS 

Alexis Michael Hipp, Alexis 

Belmont , EAst * Gerald Campbell , Belmont 

Belmont, First Don Hyde, Belmont 

Bessemer City, Second Mrs. Buena Bowen, Bessemer City 

Browntown Richard Lawing, Belmont 

Calvary Doug Mincey , Gastonia 

Centerview Monnie Hef f ner , Gastonia 

Cherryville, First Paul D. Robins, Cherryville 

Gastonia, East Harry McCall, Gastonia 

Gastonia, First Charles B. DuRant, Gastonia 

Hardin Mrs. Faye Elmore, Dallas 

Hickory Grove Yates Maxwell , Stanley 

Holland Memorial.. .....' Mrs. Linda Bodenhamer, Bessemer City 

Loray Morgan Guffey, Gastonia 

Lowell, First Tony Fulbright, Lowell 

Macedonia Andy Allen, Dallas 

Mt. Beulah Mrs. Judy Cook, Bessemer City 

Mt. Holly, Second Oscar Mathis, Mt. Holly 

Mt. Zion David McSwain, Cherryville 

New Hope Mr. & Mrs. John Shuler, Gastonia 

New Life Mrs. Alice Bentley, Stanley 

Parkwood Trent R. Wilson, Gastonia 

Plainview John W. Keener, Dallas 

Ranlo James Turpin, Gastonia 

Robinwood Charles Davis , Charlotte 

Shady Grove Ric Taylor , Shelby 

Temple Wade Dellinger, Gastonia 

Trinity Mrs. Ken Anthony, Bessemer City 

Unity, Gastonia J. Herman Motsinger, Gastonia 

Webbs Chapel Mrs . Faye Heavner , Lincolntcn 

West Franklin AVenue Kenneth Cobb, Bessemer City 



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MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 

None 

1 MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 

Bessemer City, First Curtis Camp, Bessemer City 

Bethlehem Thomas L. Holbrooks, Jr . ,Gastonia 

Chapel Grove .Ernest Whitesides, Gastonia 

Fairview Andy W. Broughton, Gastonia 

Fairview Walter F. Payne, Jr. , Gastonia 

Friendship Lewis Smith, Belmont 

Hickory Grove Chris Chaney , Shelby 

Loray Curtis Ray England, Bessemer City 

Mt. Holly, Second .-. . . .Danny Brock, Charlotte 

Mt. Zion Jerry Lail, Cherryville 

Ranlo Bobby McNew, Gastonia 

Stanley, Fir St Bobby Lane Thomas, Stanley 

ORGANISTS (or pianist if no organist) 

Alexander Memorial Miss Sheila Kerley, Kannapolis 

Alexis Mrs. Alfred Hager, Alexis 

Anthony Grove Mrs. Carolyn Bumgarner, Cherryville 

Belmont, East ^ Mrs. W.E. Jones, Belmont 

Belmont, First " Nelson Hayes, Belmont 

Berea Mrs. Gail Caldwell, Gastonia 

Bessemer City, First Mrs. D.V. Matthews, Bessemer City 

Bethany Mrs. Frances Pearson, Gastonia 

Bethel Mrs. Jean Drennan, Gastonia 

Bethlehem Evelyn Arrowood, Gastonia 

Bingham Memorial Gladys England, Bessemer City 

Browntown Mrs. Willie Lawing, Belmont 

Calvary Mrs. C.A. Sahms, Jr. , Gastonia 

Catawba Heights Mrs. Vangie' Altizer, Mt. Holly 

Centerview Miss Nancy Duncan, Belmont 

Chapel Grove Mrs . Jean Nesnow, Gastonia 

Cherryville, First Mrs. Ralph Beam, Jr. , Cherryville 

Cherryville, Second Mrs. Carolyn R^yfield, Bessemer City 

Chestnut Ridge Mrs. Delia Chastain, Kings Mtn. 

Cleveland Heights Mrs. Paul Home, Gastonia 

Community Doris Pace, Dallas 

Cramerton, First Mrs. Earl Loftis, Gastonia 

Cramerton,West Mrs. Sue McMahan, Gastonia 

Dallas, Ted Huggins, Dallas 

Fairview Mrs. Charlotte Rhyne, Gastonia 

Faith, Bessemer City Darrell Burgess, Jr. , Dallas 

Faith, Gastonia Edith Burns, Gastonia 

Flint-Groves Gene Russell, Gastonia 

Fraley Memorial Mrs. Treva Edmondson, Gastonia 

Friendship Mrs. Marjorie Finger, Belmont 

Gamble Hill Mrs. Linda Green, Gastonia 

Gaston Mrs. Alvin Long, Cherryville 

Gastonia, East Mrs. Donald S. Caldwell, Dallas 

Gastonia, First Mrs. Fred Ratchford, Gastonia 

Grace Mrs. James Barber, Gastonia 

Hardin Mrs. Kathie Hensley, Dallas 

Hickory Grove Kathy Craig , Mt . Holly 

High Shoals Mrs. Joyce Hovis, High Shoals 

Holland Memorial Mrs. Edith Millwood, Bessemer City 

Lakeview Mrs. Cora Lee Jenkins, Cramerton 

Long Creek Memorial Mrs. Jerri Daniel, Dallas 

Loray Mrs. Mary Johnson, Gastonia i 

Love Memorial Mrs. John Kinnaman, Gastonia 



i;°n '•^^''^^ ^^^- 'J-K- Carpenter, Belmont 

McAdenville Mrs, Gary Hunsucker, McAdenville 

Macedonia Mrs. Joan Raxter, Gastonia 

Midway. . . Mrs. Sandra Harmon, Gastonia 

?J^ ^®?n ;:•*: M^s. Horace Robinson, Dallas 

M^ S^^^^'c'-''^^; Kenneth Denton, Mt. Holly 

Mt. Holly, Second Mrs. JoAnne Pressley, Gastonia 

rj^- 5^°" Mrs. Guy R. Beam, Jr., CherryviUe 

New Hope. Mrs. James Hovis, Dallas 

J^^^^?:^^^: Mrs. Sue Pruitt, Stanley 

North Main , Mrs. Francis Bridges, Stanley 

Northside Mrs. John Slaton, Ranlo 

nZiT^ ^^^- ^^^^ F°^^' Cherryville 

uaKiand. • susan Morrow, Lowell 

Parkwood Mrs. Gordon Bane, Gastonia 

Plamview Mrs. John Keener, Dallas 

Providence Mrs. Linda Westmoreland, Gastonia 

Rankin Lake Mrs. Frances Carrigan, Dallas 

pf^ ^^^* "^^^ Bumgarner-, Gastonia 

t^^^^' : Mrs. Alice Moss, Gastonia 

Ridgeview Mrs. Linda Smith, Mt. Holly 

Riverside Miss Theresa L. Morris, Cramerton 

Robmwood Mrs. Francis Lemmings, Gastonia 

^Ji^"^*;::: Mrs. Cathey Mitchell, Gastonia 

Sandy Plains .Mrs. Nelson Hoffman, Gastonia 

Seventh Avenue Mrs. Dot Green, Gastonia 

Shady Grove Fenny Huss, Grouse 

South Marietta Street Mrs. Jerry Cloninger ,Sr. , Gastonia 

South Point Mrs. Libby Byrum, Belmont 

Springfield. . Mrs. Carol Royston, Gastonia 

c^^^ ^^' ^^^? Mrs. J.W. Long, Stanley 

Stowe Memorial Mrs. T.K. Huf f man ! Gastonia 

^!!;j=^r^^"*: •■ M^^- ^^"^^ Scates, Bessemer City 

?o^^? ^""^^^ M^^- ^^y Toomey, Gastonia 

tr^^^Z Mrs. Renita Grain, Gastonia 

iriniry Mrs. Diane Newton, Bessemer City 

nn?^?^R^?* • • : Mrs. Becky McCotter, Mt. Holly 

Unity,. Belmont Mrs. Richard Whitesides, Gastonia 

Unity, Gastonia Mrs. Mildred Young, Bessemer City 

victory. . Mrs. Claudia Brafford, Gastonia 

West Franklin Avenue Miss Margaret Pardue Gastonia 

Woodlawn Virginia Fulbright, Lowell 

I LIST OF DIRECTORS OF LIBRARY SERVICES 

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.i Berpa ^^^ ' ^''^' Bass , Sr. , Belmont 

i| vZlZl^Ll' n' i' " -^'^ " L M^^^ Wanda Cloninger, Gastonia 

Calv^rv ""' ^""^^ ''^^- ^•^- Lynn,Sr., Bessemer City 

rr^t^miyj, M^^^ Pauline Buchanan, Gastonia 

rw?f.^t?V* ••;•••: • M^^- Shirley Guice, Mt. Holly 

rw^n^i p^; ^""^"^ ^^^^ Phyllis Philbeck, Cherryville 

!! Chestnut Ridge Mrs. Margaret Raef ield. Kings Mtn. 

\ Flfn^Groi^f '^ ^^^- ^°"^1<^ ^' ^^^onk , CrlmertoA 

'i FriendsMp ''^"- ^^^^^^ Phillips, Gastonia 

i! Gastonia E^;; ^^"^ °- Stevenson, Belmont 

rS^^oJ^t!' I I Robert N. Hoffman, Dallas 

H?ah Sho^l^'-''"^ " • •^^^- "=^^1^^^ Sanders, Gastonia 

LakLf^r ^^^^ ^^thy Welchel, High Shoals 

i| Lorav ^''^' ^^^^"-^ Brittain, McAdenville 

! T owo mIt^A^^ li "^ • ^^® Blalock , Gastonia 

I Lowell ?frsi ^^"- ^^^^^ Baumgarner, Gastonia 

i^owell. First Mrs. Ernest Westmoreland, Dallas 



Mt. Beulah Miss Linda Lineberger, Dallas 

Mt. Holly, First Mrs. E.B. Cox, Jr. ,Mt. Holly 

Mt. Zion ^ Ernest Carpenter, Crouse 

Parkwood .Mrs. M.O. Ovrens,Jr. ,Gastonia 

Ranlo Mrs. Alfred Morton, Gastonia 

Ridge Mrs . Betty Lunsf ord , Gastonia 

Sandy Plains Billy J . Shultz , Gastonia 

Seventh Avenue Martha Groves , Gastonia 

Shady Grove. Mrs. Yates Witherspoon, Bessemer City 

South Marietta Street Mrs. Leroy Hullett, Gastonia 

Stanley, First Mrs. Jimmy Ramsy, Stanley 

Sunnyside Miss Debbie Bradley, Bessemer City| 

Temple Miss Karen Stewart, Gastonia' 

Tuckaseege Mrs. Elizabeth Michols, Mt.Hollyt 

Unity, Gastonia Mrs. Jane Freeman, Gastonia' 

Victory Mrs. Marietta Byrd, Gastonia 

West Franklin Avenue Mrs. Wilburn Spencer, Gastoniai 

Woodlawn. Mrs. Ruby Usery, Lowell* 

Associathnal Missions 
Week Of Prayer 



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A Fellowship of Baptist Churches working together as 
a collective body to meet the spiritual, social, moral 
and physical needs of people whifh we cannot do unless 
we cooperate for the cause of Christ in the World. 






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the Lord by serving in the Association, 
in our efforts to bring in God's Kingdom 
church members to become involved in witnessing and ministering 
a Christ-like life daily that all mankind may know the source of our power. 

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HOVT BUTLER, C P A BUTLER & STOWE 

J. EDWARD STOWe, C P. A. 

JOSEPH H. WITHERS. C. P. A CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 

C. STEVE DAVIS. C. P. A. ,09 WEST 3RD AVENUE 

1 GASTONIA., N. C. 

28052 



November 15, 1973 



The Executive Committee 
Gaston Baptist Association 
Gastonia, North Carolina 

Dear Sirs: 

We have examined the statements of cash receipts and dis- 
bursements of the General Fund and the Sinking Fund of the Gaston 
Baptist Association for the church year ended September 30, 1973. 
Our examination was made in accordance with generally accepted 
auditing standards and accordingly included such tests of the 
accounting records and such other auditing procedures as we 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In' our opinion, the accompanying statements present fairly 
the cash receipts and disbursements of the General Fund and the 
Sinking Fund of t>ie Gaston Baptist Association for the church 
year ended September 30, 1973 in accordance with generally 
accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with 
that of the preceding year. 



Respectfully submitted. 



i 



The six-page Auditor's Report attached to the above letter 
shows a bank balance on deposit in the First Union National 
Bank of Gastonia of $968.54. It is in keeping with my report 
to the Annual Associational Meeting. In addition, the 
Auditor's Statement shows a Sinking Fund balance of $1,330.35. 
This, too, is in keeping with our Sinking Fund Bank Balance 
as of September 30, 1973. All records and the Auditor's 
Statement are on file in the Associational Office. 



FRED D. WEST, Treasurer 



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MEMBERS 

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 

NORTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 



JULY 

1- 5 Week of Christian Study- 
Mars Hill 

1- 5 Girls In Action Camp- 
Fruitland 

4 Independance Day 

9 S.S. Briefing Meeting- 
Raleigh 

14 Christian, Literature Day 
22-26 Assoc. Supt's of Missions 

Conf. Fruitland 
31 S.S. Briefing Meeting- 
Ridgecrest 
!31-Aug.4 Baptist World Youth 

Conf. Portland, Oregon 

kuGUST 

i 11 Language Missions Day 

j 16 Youth Evangelism Night- 

1 Groves Stadium-Wake Forest 

17-23 Home Mission Week-Ridgecrest 

19-23 Week of Prayer for Assoc 

I Missions 

^3-24 Workshop for Assoc. WMU 

Officers, Fruitland 
I 24 RA,GA Bapt/Men' Conclave 
I 25 On-To-College Day 
30-31 Workshop for Assoc. WMU 

Officers-Mundo Vista 

SEPTEMBER 

2 Labor Day 

5 Church Clerks Workshop, 
Assoc. Office 

6- 7 Crusader RA Congress (Grades 

1-6) Greensboro, First 
6- 7 Workshop ASsoc. WMU Officers 
Mundo Vista 
10 Assoc. Launch Night 
13-14 Bro. Leadership Training 

Retreat , CaRAway 
|L3-14 Chairman of 'Deacon's 
Conf. Friendly Ave. 
Greensboro 

15 State Missions Day Offering 
16Brotherhood Workshop Bapt. 

Building Supper Meeting 6:00, 
20-21 Mother-DAughter Camp 

Mundo Vista 
23-24 WMU Leadership Course 

6:30-9:30 East,Gastonia 

7:00-9:00 
^7-28 Sr. Women's Retreat 

Mundo Vista 
27-29 Baptist Men's Retreat 

CaRAway 
29-Oct.6 Ch. Launching Week 

)CTOBER 

2 Cooperative Program-Prayer 
Emphasis each Wednesday 
7-10 Pastor's Retfeat-Caswell 
11-13 Deacon's Retreat-CaRAway 



OCTOBER con't: 

13 Biblical Recorder Day 
24-25 Gaston Baptist Association 

28 Mission Action Workshop 
Rankin Lake 7-9 

NOVEMBER 
1- 3 BSU Convention-Ridgecrest 
4- 6 Joint Baptist State Convention 

Raleigh, Mem, Aud. 
3- 9 Royal Ambassador Week 

17 American Bible Society Day 
24 Children's Home Offering 

24 Child -Care Day 

25 Associational Training Union 
"M" Night 

28 Thanksgiving 

DECEMBER 
1- 8 Week of Prayer for Foreign 
Missions & Lottie M6on 
Christmas Offering 
8 Foreign Missions Day in 
Sunday School 

18 Convention-wide Carol 
Sing 

25 Christmas 

29 Student Night at Christmas 

SPECIAL NOTE: Is your church partic- 
ipating World Missions Conf. -Gaston 
Association September 28-October 
3, 1975? If so, let us know at 
once to arrange for sufficient 
Foreign and Home Missionaries to 
help. 



7ll.^t ANNUAL 



of the 

GASTON 
BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

of 
North Carolina 

FIFTY-SIXTH ANNUAL SESSION 

Held With 

VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH 

GASTONIA, N.C. 28052 

October 24, 1974 

and 

DALLAS BAPTIST CHURCH 
DALLAS, N.C. 28034 
October 25, 1974 

The Next Annual Session Will Be Held With 

SANDY PLAINS BAPTIST CHURCH 
GASTONIA, N.C. 28052 

RANKIN LAKE BAPTIST CHURCH 
DALLAS, N.C. 28034 

Thursday and Friday, October 23-24, 1975 

Preacher - JERRY D. LETHCO 
Alternate - JOHN TRESCH 

1974 



CALENDAR 



1975 
Pastor's Conference - Monday after 4th Sunday each month. 
Ministers Wifes - Wednesday after 4th Sunday except Surtmer. 
General Board - ^fonday after Second Sunday - Jan., l^ril, July, October. 
Executive Coirmittee - Monday after 1st Sunday each month. 
PrcmDtional Cormittee- Tuesday after 1st Sunday each racaith. 



JiMIARY - Make Your Will Month 

1 New Year's Day 

6-8 St. VBS Clinic-Wingate 

6-10 Bible Study Vfeek 

9 Children's Worship Wkshp. 

12 Soul-Winning Can. Day. 

17-18 Hone Mission Teacher Tmg. 

Cartp Caraway 
20 Assoc. VMJ Exeaitive Meet. 
21-22 S. S. Planning Vforkshop 

Bapt. Bidg. Raleigh 
24-26 Hi. School Seniors Retreat 

Caitp Caravay 
26 Baptist Men' s Day 
28-29 St. Gen. Board Meeting 
lyferedith Coll., Bapt. Bldg. 

FEBRUARY 



2 

3-5 



9-15 
10-14 



21-22 



Bcpt. Wbrld Alliance Sianday 
St. Evang. Conf . -War Manor. 
Greensboro 

Surtmer Missions Interv-Coll. 
Students who wish to work 
with St. Youth Sum. Teams 
Race Relations Sunday 
WMU Focus Week 

Evangelism week in Assoc. 

Churches. 

Suttmer Missions Interviews 

Bapt. Saninaries, Colleges, 

& Schools Day 

Layman's Witnessing Inst. 

Gardner-Vfebb College 
24-27 Day Camp Workshop Tour 
28 Mission & Ministries Conf. 
28-M.l Day Camp Workshop-M. Vista 

- Hone Missions 
Reg. ChDir Fest. Child. iO:00 
Pritchard Mam. , Charlotte 
Missions & Ministries Conf. 
Week of Prayer for Hone 
Missions- A. Armstrong Off. 

3-4 Metro. Mission Conf. Trmple 
Church-Durham 

7-8 Language Missions Conf. 
Caravay 

9 Hone Missions Day in S. S. 

11-12 VMU Annual Session-Ovens 
Audit. Charlotte 

9-] 6 Youth Vfeek 



15 



Assoc. Bapt^ Youth Night 



MARCH Con't. 

18-20 Minister's Conf. G. Wiebb 

21-22 N. C. Baptist Youth Choir 

Fest. Pritchard M. Charlotte 
St. Pioneers RA Congress 
Wake Forest 

26-27 Rural Church Conf. Fruitlana 

30 Easter 

APRIL 

3 50th Anniv. Cocp. Prog. Pran. 

Rally, Region 6, 1st Church 

Charlotte 7:30 
4-6 BSU Spring Conf. 

6 Adult Day in S. S. 

7 VMJ Executive Meet. (Assoc.) 
7 Day Camp Conf. 

7-10 Day Canp Workshop Tour 

7-10 N. C. Church I4usic Conf. for 

Directors & Min. of Music 

Ridgecrest Conf. Center 
11-12 Day Carrp Workshop (Wfest) 

Fruitland 
]4-20 Jewish Fellowship Week 
] 5 WMU Annual Meetint-Parlcwood 

5:00-6:00 (6:00 Supper) 

7:00-9:00 Evening Session 
J7-19 Sp. Consultants Workshop 

Mundo Vista 
]8-]9 St. Handbell Festivals, St. 

John's Church, Charlotte 
20 Cooperative Program Day 

50th Anniversary 
21-25 Doctrinal Qnphasis Week 
22-24 VBS Clinics 
23-25 Assoc. Go Special Workers 

Workshop 
26-26 Weekend RA Caitp, Caraway 

Grades 4-12 
25-26 Church Library Oonf . Charlotte^ 
25-27 St. Acteens Convention 
25-27 Family Carrping- Caraway 
27 Life Cotmitnnent Sunday 



3 Assoc. Track Meet (RA) 

2-3 Wfeekend RA Camp. Caraway 
Younger Crusaders Gr. 1-3 

2-4 Family Canping Weekend, 

4-11 Christian Heme Wfeek 

5 Assoc. CSM Family Life Oonf. 

7-8 Baptist Wanen Retreat, M. Vis 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

A Fair Share 41 

Abrams Dedication of Minutes 2 

Annual Sermon "Scarecrow Religion" by:A.D. Aldrich 39 

Auditor ' s Statement » 3 8 

Budget 1974-75 32 

Calendar The Covers 

Clerk's Honor Roll 14 

Church Anniversaries 4 

Church Directory 

Missions 46 

Mission Sunday Schools 46 

Retired Ordained Ministers 46 

Ordained Ministers not Serving as Pastors 46 

Licensed Ministers 47 

Associates and Educational Directors 47 

Youth Director s 48 

Secretaries 48 

Recreational Directors 4 9 

Ministers Ordained this Year 50 

Ministers Licensed this Year 50 

Organists 50 

Librarians 52 

Constitution and By-Laws 54 

Dallas Baptist Church Historical Sketch 13 

Directory of Associational Officers, Organizations and 

Committees 5 

Evangelism Report 30 

Executive Committee Report 24 

General Board Members 7 

Gifts from Churches 3 5 

Historical Events 3 

Historical Table 53 

Librarians Report 21 

Literacy Report 27 

Messengers to the Annual Meeting 15 

Our Beloved Dead 42 

Proceedings 18 

Program for Annual Meeting .10 

Resolutions 29 

Statistical Tables begin 60 

Treasurer ' s Report 35 

Treasurer's Statement 34 

Victory Baptist Church Historical Sketch 11 

Visitors to Annual Meeting from Outside Association 17 

Wallace Resolution 22 

World Missions Conference - Churches Participating 9 





WATSON EARL ABRAMS 
189^1 - 197^ 



WATSON EARL ABRAMS was born April 19, 18 94 near 
Main Broad River in Rutherford County, North Carolina. 
One of ten children, he had the heritage of parents 
whose "greatest desire was for each of us to live 
right and be faithful followers of the Master." 

On October 9, 1920, he was married to Daisy 
Virginia Stutts of Charlotte, and they were able to 
celebrate their 50th Anniversary in 1970. She died 
in April 1971. 

Called to preach when he was thirty years old, 
Watson Abrams enrolled at Boiling Springs High School, 
now Gardner Webb College. While there, he served 
Chestnut Grove Church. With their two little girls 
they moved, in 1928, to Mars Hill College to continue 
his education, and to serve several churches in the 
area. After graduation, he also served as principal 
of the Grape Vine School. 

In 193 5 the Abrams moved from their "beloved 
mountains" to the lowlands of Gaston County. In Gaston 
he served Spencer Mountain and Tuckaseege churches. 
They were then called to Marion and Rutherfordton, N. C. 
and Maryland, for other pastorates. Brother Abrams 
returned to Gaston as pastor of Catawba Heights Baptist 
Church where he remained as pastor until retirement in 
October 1964, and as a member until his death October 28, 
1974. 



Their children are Hoyt Abrams, Marcelle White 
and Emma Jean Henderson. 



HISTORICAL EVENTS OF INTEREST 
DURING ASSOCIATION YEAR 

ALEXIS - Added an Activity Building for recreation and community 

programs. Provided a staff residence for siimmer worker, mission-' 
aries, evangelists, S guest of the church. 
BELMONT, FIRST - Record giving to Home Missions and Foreign Missions.. 

Addition to church organ. 10 0th Anniversary celebration Oct. 

6, 1974. 
BESSEMER CITY, FIRST - Ground broken for Children's Building, 
BETHEL - Enlarged Sunday School rooms, enlarged and graveled parking 

lot, painted church, installed central heat and air conditioning. 
CALVARY - Miss Lemerle Alford called as Music Director, Nov. 25, 

1973. Church Hut renovated. Tiled Fellowship Hall. 
CHAPEL GROVE - Voted to enter building program, called pastor, and 

purchased activity bus. 
CHERRYVILLE, FIRST - Congregate food program, family night supper 

program, annual deacon retreat, and annual staff retreat. 
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS - New lights in Sunday School classes and main 

auditorium, new roof, and moved kitchen into main building. 
EAST BELMONT - Children's Church began. Remodeled Senior Hi. 

dept. with wall panelling, new chairs, carpet, also 1 child- 
ren's dept. carpeted and 1 preschool dept. carpeted. 1 licensed 

to Gospel Ministry. 
EAST GASTONIA - Rev. Maynard H. Mangum began his ministry at East 

January 15, 1974. Baptist Men Organization started. 
FAIRVIEW - FULL-Time Summer Youth Program. 
FLINT GROVES - Began tape ministry to homebound. Added two buses to 

bus ministry. Extended call for minister of education and youth. 
FRALEY MEMORIAL - Purchased two church buses. Started bus ministry. 

Started Children's Church. Purchased property for future expansion. 
FRIENDSHIP - Completed the new recreation area, including ball 

field. Play grounds. Improved church properties, painting of 

buildings. 
GAMBLE HILL - Adopted new constitution June 9, 1974. 
GATEWAY - Paid off parsonage. Free of debt. 

GRACE - New fellowship building. Outreach Sunday School ministry. 
HOLLAND MEM. - Annual Homecoming August 25, 1974. Bus Ministry 

established. Total Electric heat installed in church. Children's 

Church established. 
LOVE MEM. - Purchased 3 lots for additional parking space. New 

carpet installed in sanctuary. Purchased new piano. 
LOWELL, FIRST - Purchase and dedication of church activity bus. 
MIDWAY - Youth core worker - summer. Plans for new building finished 

and sealed. 
MT. BEULAH - Construction - children's church building. 
NORTH MAIN - Fellowship building completed. 
PROVIDENCE - Called Dr. Arthur H. Hottel as first full-time pastor 

2/24/74 and dedicated new church facilities July 19, 1974. 
RANKIN LAKE - Construction started on new auditorium. 
RANLO - Ordination: Rev. Bobby McNew. 
ROBINWOOD - Completed recreation building. 
SALEM - Completed fellowship building. 
SANDY PLAINS - Dec. 2, 197 3 - dedication for new pastorium; open 

house. Early 1974 we began construction on educational bldg. 

to be completed early 197 5. 
SOUTH MARIETTA ST. - Bus ministry. Building program. 
STOWE MEM. -r Food pantry £ clothing room for emergency. Church, tel, 

, 8 mi^nute radio program by pastor, sponsored by church. 
UNITY - Youth department renovated. Tape ministry. Bus ministry. 

Eddie Jarvis ordained. 



WEST FRANKLIN - Church bus bought in November. 

WEST CRAMERTON - Started a building fund in June. Sassy Sixty Day, 

Sept, 8, honoring elder members over 60. Bus worker ^s 

appreciation day, Oct, 5. 
WOODLAWN - The setting up and dedication of Flag Pole for our 

Service Men. Purchase of a new church activity bus, 

..'■'■' CHURCH ANNIVEE^SARIES- 1975 



10th 

Alexander Manorial Baptist Church, BeMont 

15th 

Chapel Grove Baptist Church, Gastonia 

20th 

Ccmnunity Baptist Church, Dallas 

New Ifope Baptist Church, Gastonia 

25th 

Catavia Heights Baptist Church, Belmont 

Cleveland Ifeights Baptist Church, Gastonia 

30th 

Rankin Lake Baptist Church, Dallas 

Gateway Baptist Church, Gastonia 

35th 

Cherryville Second Baptist Church, Cherryville 

40th 

Love Memorial Baptist Church, Gastonia 

Victory Baptist Church, Gastonia 

55th 

Calvary Baptist Church, Gastonia 

65th 

Cramerton Baptist Church, Cramerton 

70th 

Loray Baptist Church, Gastonia 

85th 

Mount Holly First Baptist Church, Mount Holly 



DIRECTORY 



OFFICERS 1974-75 

Moderator Glenn Caldwell, Sr . ,Rt. 2, Box 227,Gastonia, 28052 

Vice Moderator Mack Pressley, 511 Tuckaseege Road, Mt. Holly, 28120 

Clerk Leon Nicholson, Rt. 2, Box 43, Dallas/ 28034 

Treasurer Fred West, 539 Downey PI., Gastonia, 28052 

Parliamentarian A. A. Bailey, 101 E. Texas Ave. , Bessemer City,- 28016 

Librarian George Fowler, Rt. 2, Box 665, Dallas, 28034 

Historian Guy Walker, 2367 Hedgewood Cr., Gastonia, 28052 

Sunday School Director James Parham,312 Forest Lane, Belmont, 28 012 

Church Trng. Director Harry McCall, 117 N.Patrick, Gastonia, 28052 

Brotherhood Director .. .George Pettigrew,3032 Audrey Dr. , Gastonia, 28052 

W. M. U. Director Mrs.Dwayne Goodson,2113 Alpine Ln. , Gastonia, 28052 

Music Director David Nesnow,1314 Lynhurst Dr ., Gastonia, 28052 

Associational Organist Mrs. Peggy Hovis, Churchill Dr. , Dallas, 28034 

TRUSTEES 

H.F. Lovingood 1120 Woodvale Ave. , Gastonia, 28052 

Forest Roberts, Jr 600 Torrence Dr. , Gastonia, 28052 

G. Truett Smith., 107 Merewood Rd., Belmont, 28 012 

INSTITUTIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

Homes for Aging Forest Roberts , Sr . 

:hildren' s Homes Bill Brown 

Hospital Bob S\ammey 

Christian Education Charles High 

SUNDAY SCHOOL AND CHURCH TRAINING 

SUNDAY SCHOOL DIRECTOR ; James Parham 

Teaching Improvement Director Wayne Johnston 

V.B.S. Director Gerald Campbell 

Adult Director Garland Early 

Youth Director Peggy Evington 

Children ' s Director Gerald Campbell 

Preschool Director Patsy Campbell 

CHURCH TRAINING DIRECTOR Harry McCall 

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION OFFICERS 

WOMAN' S MISSIONARY UNION DIRECTOR 

Mrs. Dwayne Goodson,2113 Alpine Ln. , Gastonia, 28052 

BW/BYW Director Mrs. Forrest Bowden,1830 Auten Rd. , Gastonia, 28 052 

Acteen Director Mrs. Edward Kaps,512 S. Chestnut St. , Gastonia, 28052 

Girls in Action Dir Mrs. Wesley Thomas,Rt. 2,Box 218A,Gast. , 28052 

Mission Friends Dir .. .Mrs. Dan Brandon, 1303 Cambridge Ave. ,Gast. ,28052 

Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Yates Craig, Box 296, Stanley, 28164 

WMU Advisor Mrs. Jerry Strickland, 408 S. Marietta St. ,Gast. , 28052 

Nominating Committee 

Mrs. Jerry Neal, Chairman 2501 Middletown Dr. , Gastonia, 28052 

Mrs. B.J. Deaton 611 W. Hillcrest Ave. , Gastonia, 28052 

Mrs. Eugene Carroll Edgewood Acres, Gastonia, 2 8052 

Advisor Ex-Of f icio 



Scholarship Conunittee ....,,......,...,,...,.,..,.,,,,,,,,,».,,,..,,,, 

Mrs. Bill Wilson, Chairman. .... .3015 Gardner Park Dr, ,Gastonia, 28052 

Mrs. Jerry Scarborough...... .1590 Cecelia Dr, , Gastonia^ 28052 

Mrs. Donald Almond ........114 Lakewood Road, Belmont, 2 8 012 

Advisor .Ex-Of f icio 

BROTHERHOOD 

BROTHERHOOD DIRECTOR .George Pettigrew 

Royal Ambassador Pioneer Leader. Robert W. Brown 

Royal Ambassador Older Crusader Leader Lanny B. Cook 

Royal Ambassador Younger Crusader Leaders. .... .Mr .& Mrs, Bill Wilson 

R.A. Baseball Commissioner .Clarence Morris 

Ass' t. Commissioner Gene Baughman 

R.A. Track Coach Barron W. Lee 

COMMITTEES 

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 

1975 - Eleanor Craig; B. I. Epting; Roland Simmons 

1976 - Jerry Lethco; Frank Hoyle; Fred Crisp 

1977 - Marvin Willis, A.Douglas Aldrich, Horace Long 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

1975 - J.D. Williams, Ray Helms 

1976 - Frances Beatty; Buren Neill 

1977 - Westle Johnson; Randall Runion 

NOMINATING 

197 5 - Dwight Beam; Ray England 

1976 - Mrs. Hoyle Allred; A. A. Bailey, Chrmn. 

1977 - Max Pendleton; Edwin Jackson 

ORDINATION - -. ,. 

197 5 - Dean Jones; Guy Walker, Chrmn. 

1976 - Sam Stevenson; C.V. Garver 

1977 - Joe Campbell; Arthur Hottel 

MISSIONS 

1975 - Mrs. John Keener; Mrs. Ellen Moore :. 

1976 - Eugene Johns; L. A. Gable 

1977 - Raymond White, Chrmn.; Paul Home 

PROMOTIONAL 

Mack Pressley, Chrmn.; Hoyle Alexander; 
Bill Wallace; James Parham; Harry McCall; 
Gail Goodson; George Pettigrew; David Nesnow 

STEWARDSHIP CHRISTIAN LIFE AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS 

1975 - M.O. Owens, Jr. 1975 - Bill Wallace, Chrmn, 

1976 - Blair Carr 1976 - Harold Fite 

1977 - Ralph Carpenter, Chrmn. 1977 - Jeanette Hoyle 

EVANGELISM RESOLUTIONS 

1975 - James Barnes 1975 - Jesse Ballew, Chrmn, 

1976 - Hoyle Alexander, Chrmn, 1976 - Charles Summey 

1977 - David Sparrow 1977 - Lou Lethco 



PROGRAM SOUTH MOUNTAIN CAMP COMMITTEE 

1975 - John Tresh, Chrmn. Garland Early, Chrmn. 

197 6 - Maynard Mangum Lonnie Bryson, Ladd Maxwell 

1977 - Mrs. Jack Painter 

COMMITTEE-ON-COMMITTEES 
ASSOCIATIONAL PROPERTY APPOINTED BY MODERATOR 

1975 - Love Dixon, Chrmn. Billy Miller; Mrs. Jody Bass 

1976 - Mrs. Wade McKnight Mrs. Iris Bradley; Albert Leath 

1977 - Mrs. Dot Warren Johnny Perry; James Whitwort-h 

James Revis; Wade McKnight, Chrmn. 
CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE 
1975 - Fred Crisp 
197 6 - Walter Long 
1977 - Elvin Jones, Chrmn. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF MISSIONS 

Dr. Hoyle T. Allred 3039 Gardner Park Dr., Gastonia 

DIRECTOR OF CHRISTIAN SOCIAL MINISTRIES 

Rev. Yates Campbell.... 1049 Buckingham Drive, Gastonia 

ASSOCIATIONAL PERSONNEL 

Mrs. Judy Cook Office Secretary 

Mrs. Dorothy Allred Promotional Secretary 

Case Worker 



MOTTO 

"Epaphras, who is one of you, a Servant of Christ, saluteth you, 
always laboring fervently with you in prayer, that ye may stand per- 
fect and complete in all the will of God." Col. 4:12. 

(Adopted at the Organization of the Association, November 4,1919) 

GENERAL BOARD MEMBERS 

All pastors are members of the General Board 

ALEXANDER MEMORIAL P.W. Bailey; C.W. Robinson 

ALEXIS Roland Abernathy; Blair Bynum 

ANTHONY GROVE Mike Bumgarner; Hubert McSwain 

BELMONT, FIRST Boyce Melton; James Parham 

BEREA Johnny Stainback; Jack Devenny 

BESSEMER CITY, SECOND j.B. Bowen; Halen Sprinkles 

BESSEMER CITY, FIRST Mrs. Frank Sisk; Calvin May 

BETHANY. James McKnight J.T. Braswell 

BETHEL Kenneth Braswell; Richard Messer 

BETHLEHEM 

BINGHAM O.T. Polk Sr. ; Stanley Waters 

BROWNTOWN 

CALVARY'. Jack Sahms; Douglas Mincey 

CATAWBA HEIGHTS J.H. Mauldin; Max Collins; Logan Huffstetler 

CENTERVIEW 

CHAPEL GROVE Hunter Harrison; Jesse Kirkland 

CHERRYVILLE, FIRST JohnTresch, Jr.; Melton Black 

CHERRYVILLE, SECOND 

CHESTNUT RIDGE Jack Raef ield; George Nolan 



CLEVELAND HEIGHTS Roy C. Jolley; Charles Hudgins 

COMMUNITY Michael Hedgepeth; Dean Tate 

CRAMERTON FIRST R.M. Pence; Hoyt Hudson 

DALLAS Ernest Penley; Lathan Wright 

EAST BELMONT Gerald Campbell; Max Robinson 

EAST GASTONIA Mr. and Mrs. Dewey C. Warren 

FAIRVIEW Fred Chastain; Don Conrad 

FAITH, BELMONT KeifA A. Chronister 

FAITH, BESSEMER CITY Mr. S Mrs. Pinkney Mitchell 

FAITH, GASTONIA Renard Nolen; Lois Nolen 

FLINT GROVES Richard Bullis; Claude Shore 

F RALE Y MEMORIAL Mrs. MaxW. Cloninger; Mrs. Rose Messer 

FRIENDSHIP L.T. Matheson, Jr.; Jack Ellington 

GAMBLE HILL Mike Shipman; Phyllis Carroll 

GASTON Edward Causby; Toirany Boggs 

GASTONIA, FIRST J. Furman Lewis; F. C. Roberts, Sr. 

GATEWAY (MODENA ST. ) . P. Brooks ; Gladys Boyd 

GRACE .George Rhyne; Don Cleituner 

HARDIN Frank Steelman; Bill Elmore 

HICKORY GROVE Roger Stepp; Paul H. Clemmer 

HIGH SHOALS Marshall Rhyne; Norman Baker 

HOLLAND MEMORIAL Mrs. Pearl Croft; Mrs. Iva Owens; Hurley Ballard 

LAKEVIEW Dan Rhodes; Dick Shelton 

LONG CREEK MEMORIAL E. M. Ashe; W. A. Wheless 

LORAY Buf ord Blanton; Joe Styers 

LOVE MEMORIAL Wilfred Sutton; W.H. Putnam 

LOWELL, FIRST Ralph McMahan; Dan Blair 

MACEDONIA. . Rufus Bell; Jack Raxter 

MCADENVILLE Norman Hicks ; Harvey Roberts 

MIDWAY 

MODENA STREET (SEE GATEWAY) 

MOUNT BEULAH Horace Robinson; Eugene Pruitt, Jr. 

MOUNT HOLLY, FIRST Fred Price; C.Hudson Jones 

MOUNT HOLLY, SECOND Harold Hartsell; James Mussel White 

MOUNT ZION John Lee Black; Bob Dellinger 

MOUNTAINVIEW 

NEW HOPE Eddie McPherson; Lee Brown 

NEW LIFE .James T. Baumgardner; Jerry K. Bentley] 

NORTH MAIN 

NORTHSIDE Orville Kirkland; James Hayes 

OAK GROVE 

OAKLAND 

PARKWOOD J.C. Smith; Ralph H. Crisp. 

PLAINVIEW A.J. Neal; Mervin Carpenter 

PROVIDENCE J.B. Towery; Mrs. Ruth E. Hottel 

RANKIN LAKE Larry Blake; Billie Griff ie 

RANLO John Layel ; Gene Shepherd 

RIDGE , , . , . Harold Lunsf ord 

RIDGEVIEW James D. Altizer; P.C. Carpenter 

RIVERSIDE Max Presswood; Mrs. Lillian Hambrick 

ROBINWOOD Henry Parker; Grady Southerland 

ROSEWOOD LANE 

SALEM 

SANDY PLAINS Jack Price; Marcus Beaty 

SEVENTH AVENUE 

SHADY GROVE Bill Mauney; J. P. Hord 

SOUTH MARIETTA STREET Horace Rhodes; Leno Hawkins 

SOUTH POINT Welburn Johnson; Craig Auten 

SPRINGFIELD Reginal K. Hayes; Raymond W. Griffin 



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STANLEY FIRST ...,,,,.. . Craig Lowe ; Robert McGee 

STOWE MEMORIAL Mr . & Mrs . Lewis Brittian 

SUNNYSIDE J . E . Campbell ; Raymond Short 

SUNSET FOREST ,.Torrence Smith; Oscar Griffin 

TEMPLE Parker Snyder ; Dean • Stewart 

TRINITY . Tommy Carpenter ; Ben Neal 

TUCKASEEGE . Ray Helms ; Curtis Smith 

UNITY BELMONT John Goins ; Fred Helton 

UNITY GASTONIA L . E . Hartman ; Powell Walters 

VICTORY Bill Powers ; Clyde Jones 

W. FRANKLIN AVE Mrs . Mary Hoffman 

WEBB ' S CHAPEL 

WEST CRAMERTON A . C . Walker ; Ernest Dillard 

WOODLAWN P.L. Culbreth; Max Earley 

A 

iworld missions 
'conferences 




SEPTEMBER 28 - OCTOBER 3, 1975 

The following 36 churches will be participating in the World Missions 
Conference; 



Alexis 

Belmont, East 
Belmont, First 
Berea 
Bethlehem 

Bessemer City, 1st 
Bessemer City, 2nd 
Calvary 
Cherryville, 1st 



Dallas 
Fairview 
Flint Groves 
Gamble Hill 
Gastonia, East 
Gastonia, First 
Grace 

Holland Mem. 
Lakeview 



Long Creek 
Loray 

Lowell, 1st 
McAdenville 
Mt. Beulah 

Mt. Holly, 1st 

Mt. Holly, 2nd 

Mt. Zion 

New Life 



Parkwood 

Providence 

Sandy Plains 

S. Marietta St. 

Stanley, 1st 

Temple 

Tuckaseege 

Unity 

W-. Franklin Ave, 



PROGRAM 

55TH ANNUAL SESSION 
OCTOBER 2^1-25 

GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

1:30 Registration 

2:00 Worship — --■ ■ — Mrs. Lou Lethco, Mt. Beulah 

Mrs. Peggy Hovis, Accompanist 

2:20 Committee Reports: 

Program-- James Revis 

Missions Lowell Spivey, Chairman 

Nominating J.D. Williams, Chairman 

Comm. on Comm. Marvin Willis, Char iman 

Promotional ■ Glenn Caldwell, Chairman 

Stewardship Max Craig, Chaiinnan 

2:55 Organizational. Reports: 

Sunday School Marvin Willis, Director 

Church Training Harry McCall, Director 

W. M. U. Mrs.Dwayne Goodson 

Brotherhood— — George Pettigrew, Director 

3:30 New Approaches In: 

Industrial Chaplaincy Davis Morris, Chaplain, Pharr Yarns 

Children's Worship ■ — Jerry Lethco 

Sunday School • Wayne Johnson 

New Members Classes Richard Hicks 

Church, the Sunday Night PLace ' Wade McKnight 

4:10 BREAK 

4 : 25 Hymn • Parker Snyder 

4:30 Miscellaneous Business: 
Baptist Foundation 
Campbell College 
Other 
Report of Librarian George Fowler 

4:40 Missions Reports: 

State Missions • Guthrie Colvard 

Home Missions Yates Campbell 

Foreign Missions Mrs. Bob Grigg 

5:10 Worship - Pastor's Chorus Parker Snyder , Director 

5:20 Missionary Speaker Emmanuel L. McCall 

Sec, Dept. of Work with National Baptists 
6:00 Break and Supper 

EVENING FIRST DAY 

6:45 Hymn 

6:50 Memorials 

7:00 Associational Missions: 

Moderator Elvin Jones 

Executive Committee Mack Pressley, Chairman 

Treasurer • Fred West 

Finance Committee Worth Braswell 



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Visual Presentation: -"This is Associational Missions" 

8 : 15 Worship ' ' Charles DuRant 

8:20 Annual Sermon A. Douglas Aldrich, Pastor 

First Baptist, Gastonia 

Alternate Jerry D. Lethco, Pastor 

Mt. Beulah Church 
9:00 Adjourn 

SECOND DAY - DALLAS BAPTIST 

8:45 Registration 

9:00 Worship Yates Campbell and Mrs. Peggy Hovis 

9:10 Christian Social Ministries Yates Campbell, Presiding 

(Each speaker has 5 minutes to speak. 
Remainder of time to special questions) 

Hospital John Campbell 

Homes for Aging Forest Roberts, Sr. 

Children's Homes- Bill Brown, Parker McLendon 

Literacy Mrs. Olna Daves 

Case Work • Mrs. Jerry Strickland 

10:10 Christian Education Report Eugene Johns, J.Roy Robinson 

Historian Guy Walker 

10:30 Break BREAK 

10:45 Miscellaneous Business: 
Americans United 

Resolutions Mrs. Patsy Campbell, Chairman 

Evangelism Hoyle Alexander, Chairman 

Biblical Recorder — Representative 

State Missions Burtt Potter 

11:15 Worship Mrs. Grady L. Friday, Sr. 

11:30 Doctrinal Sermon: The Holy Spirit and Gifts, Foy Martin, Pastor 
College Park Bapt. Church, Winston-Salem 

12:00 LUNCH AND ADJOURN 



HISTORICAL SKETCH OF VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH 

Victory Baptist Church was organized October 20, 1935. Prior 
to that date, of course, God impressed His people with the need for 
a church in the Victory Commxinity. At the time, the closest Baptist 
Churches were Calvary and South Marietta Street. Most, if not all, 
the charter members of Victory came from these two churches. 

Rev. J. A. Hudson, who was pastor of Calvary Baptist Chtirch 
in 1935, was one who visualized the need for a Baptist Church in 
the Victory Community and recommended to the Gaston Baptist Assoc- 
iation that a mission work be started. Rev. W. L. Walters, who 
was pastor of Ranlo Baptist Church, along with his assistant pastor, 
Rev. L. E. Bookout, began the work which led to the church's organi- 
zation. Both of these dedicated men pitched in to build a work for 
the Lord from nothing but the willing hearts of a few of God»s 
people in the Victory Community. 



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Permission was granted by the Victory Mill for the use of the 
mill^s club house, which stood on the comer of South York Road 
and Clyde Street, for the ch\irch»s meetings. Services were held 
each Sunday afternoon with Rev. Walters and Rev. Bookout alternating 
preaching assignments. God blessed the work and it prospered to 
the point of organization. The Charter Members were: R, B. Baucom, 
Mrs. R. B. Baucom, Audrey Baucom, George W. Bennett, Mrs. George 
W, Bennett, Louise Bennett, Juanita Bennett, E. P. Cantrell, C. L. 
Elmore, Mrs. Hattie Elmore, Lee Mauney, Mrs. Lee Mauney, Sallie 
Mauney, Mrs. Annie Reid, R. H. Redding, Mrs. R. H. Redding, E. 
W. Teague, Mrs. W. D. Hill and Mrs. Ira Smith. 

After organization, the church called Rev. L. E. Bookout as 
it*s first pastor. The members continued to meet in the club house 
tmtil the need for a building of their own became erected on the 
site of the present educational building. This building soon was 
outgrown and work began on a basement for the building to have 
much needed Sunday School space. The building was raised on jacks 
and with a lot of man power and the help of a mule and a drag 
pan the earth was removed and a basement was constructed. 

In the course of time, the need for a larger auditorium was 
felt and plans were made for the construction of the present aud- 
itorium. A brick structure with full basement was erected and 
attached to the old frame building which was then used for education- 
al space. The next step in building was the addition of an annex 
with complete kitchen facilities which was to serve for social 
activities and double for Sunday School space. Then came the time 
when the old frame building, which had served the infant church, 
was removed, the auditorium was enlarged and three-story educational 
building was raised to the glory of God. 

When L. E. Bookout was called as first pastor, some sort of 
pastorium was needed and the mill company again came to the rescue 
by providing a home. It was located off Clyde Street for a few 
months and was then moved to 1^00 York Road. This house served 
for several years. Then the church decided to build a pastorium 
in 1940 when materials were scarce because of the war. At 1707 
South Perry Street, the first actual pastorium of Victory Baptist 
Church was built. This served our church until our new pastorium 
was built in I967 at 1944 Taylor Drive. The most recent addition 
to the church property was the purchase of a house for youth 
building and a duplex brick house which is also located on the 
same property. We continue to grow to the Glory of God. 



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A HISTORY OF DALLAS BAPTIST CHURCH 

A small group of charter members assembled on September 25, 
IS79, in Dallas, N. C, to organize the Dallas Baptist Church, 
These members saw their prayers for a church come to pass after 
a long period of preliminary work. 

During the first year of the church, the members constructed 
a frame building, large enough to suit their needs, and substantial 
for that period. The Rev, J, H. Booth was the first pastor, serv- 
ing from IS79 to iSSl. In the succeeding year, the church was 
without a regular minister until the Rev, A, L, Strough took over 
the pastorate in 1S^2, He served until 16^5. Membership increased 
gradually in those first years. For the years 1^^5-15^7, the church 
was without a regular pastor, but in October of the latter year, 
the Rev, J, A, White was called as the third minister for the 
congregation. He was followed by the Rev, F, C, Hickson who 
served for four years and was succeeded by Rev, A, M, Ross, 

The early congregation experienced a series of difficulties 
in the establishment of a Sunday School, The first school was a 
union school with teachers from several denominations, A Baptist 
Sunday School was organized in IS90, The attendance was small, 
running from 20 to 30 each Sunday. Up to this time, and for 19 
years thereafter, the Baptist cause in Dallas had a hard struggle 
to survive, much less to grow. Faithful and persistent efforts 
to conduct a Sunday School failed three times before the latter 
part of IS97, when the same courageous and undaunted few, always 
anxious to see the cause prosper, finally got a running start and 
pulled over the hill. From this date of this reorganization, a 
Baptist Sunday School has been conducted continously and success- 
fully. 

In December 1^9^, while the small congregation was still strug- 
gling for a strong church foundation, the Rev. J. L. Vipperman 
came as a young pastor. He subsequently served the church twice 
more as pastor. From the encouragement offered by his early 
efforts, the church began upon a new era. The growth has been 
steady and substantial since that date. Other early pastors who 
served the church are: Rev, W, N, Flanders, Rev. J. W. Watson, 
Rev. J. L, Shinn, and Rev, G, C, Epps. 

During the pastorate of Rev, I, T, Newton, the present church 
edifice was built marking the foundation of the brick structure 
that was to extend over a large area. 

During the pastorate of Rev, W, T, Baucom, many improvements 
and advances were made. Under his eleven years of leadership, 
the church gained more than SO^ in membership. 

Rev, Hubert Huggins became pastor of the church in 1935 and 
served ably until his retirement in 1967# During his pastorate, 
progress continued. In 1950 the first unit of an educational 
building was completed. This building was followed by the con- 
struction of a recreation building. A paved parking area was 
placed on the left of these buildings. The second unit of the 
educational building was erected in 1953* 

In 1951, in a one-week revival, the church experienced over- 
whelming results as SS people professed faith : Christ and were 



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baptized. Another 49 members were added by letter and statement. 

Feeling the need of a mission, the church established a 
mission on Maple Street in 195^. A number of members went as 
leaders and became members of the mission which was later organized 
into the Gaston Baptist Church and located on Gaston Avenue, 

In these years, 10 young men have gone out from the ehiirch 
as students for the ministry. Several of these now serve as pas- 
tors in the state or serve in other places of leadership. 

In 1967, a Rodgers Organ was installed. This, along with the 
chimes earlier donated in memory of Lawrence W, Holland, Jr, , 
added much to the music ministry of the church. 

Rev, Worth Braswell became pastor of the church in 1967 and 
is presently serving. In 196S, additional property adjoining the 
church was donated to the church by Mrs, \'h K, Mauney, former member, 
The property will be used for future expansion. 

One of the present strengths of the church is its interest 
and contribution to missions. With a good foundation laid and 
adequate buildings provided, the church continues to make progress 
and contribute to the spiritual life of the community, 

ASSOCIATIONAL CLERK'S HONOR ROLL 
OF 
CHURCH CLERKS 
First Ten Forvtfarding Church Letters to the " 
Association 

1. BETHANY BAPTIST CHURCH, GASTONIA 
Mrs. Ann Carpenter, Clerk 

2. SUNNYSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH, BESSEMER CITY 
Margie Hutchins, Clerk 

3. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, LOWELL 
Mrs. Don Johnson, Clerk 

4. MOUNT BEULAH BAPTIST CHURCH, BESSEMER CITY 
Mrs. Kaye B. Pruitt, Clerk 

5. MACEDONIA BAPTIST CHURCH, GASTCNIA 
Mrs. Ann Robinson, Clerk 

( ,6. SANDY PLAINS BAPTIST CHURCH, GASTONIA 

Frances Rainwater, Clerk 

7. HICKORY GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH, MOUNT HOIiY 
Paxil H. Clarmer, Clerk 

8. RIVERSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH, CRAMERTON 
Mrs. Sylvia RJ^me, Clerk 

9. BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH, GASTCNIA 
Mrs. Renae Bingham, Clerk 

10. DALLAS BAPTIST CHURCH, DALLAS 
Mr. Mitchell Carr, Clerk 



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ALEXANDER MEMORIAL - P. W. Bailey, Mrs. Kathleen Mitchell, Mrs. Robbie 

Ritchie, Rev. C. C. Roberts 
ALEXIS - Fred Bradshaw, Leonary Bynum, Mrs. Leonard B3rnum, Brenda S. 

Cagle, Mrs. Louise H. Helderman, Stanley Howard, Mrs. Una Long, 

Ladd Maxwell, Mrs. Lee Stroupe, Mrs. Ralph Stroupe 
ANTHONY GROVE - Mrs. F. J. McSwain, Mrs. A. W. Seate 
BELMONT, FIRST - Leona Bowers, Mrs. L. B. Boss, Sr. , Mrs. Ruth Bums, 

Mr. W. B. Dobson, Alex Hegenbart, V/alter N. Long, Jack A. Painter, 

James Parham, Mrs. S. H. Strayhom, Mrs. Carrie H. Warren 
BEREA - Glenn H. Caldwell, Sr. , Mollie Caldwell, Mrs. Velma Crowe 
BESSEMER CITY, SECOND - Dennis E. Badger, Mrs. Etta Costner, Mrs. 

Joanne Grigg, Hazel Perry, Rev. Johnnie Perry 
BESSEMER CITY, FIRST - Donald C. Anderson, A. A. Bailey, Mrs. A. A. 

Bailey, W. S. Caudle, Jr., Mrs. Rhea K. Lewis, Claude Lipford, 

Floyd Noblett 
BETHANY - James Greene, James L. Leagon, Mrs. Lamar Leagon, Mr. Bill 

Thomas, Troy E. Thomas 
BETHEL - Betty Bell, Mrs. Linda Parker 
BETHLEHEM - Rev. Billy Smith, Mrs. Billy Smith 
BINGHAM - Genevieve Davis, Ray W. England, Mrs. Ray England, 0. L. 

Polk, Sr., Mrs. 0. L. Polk, Sr, 
BROWNTOWN - Not represented 
CALVARY - Mrs. Mae Armstrong, Billy Deaton, Nancy Deaton, J. Lewis 

Enloe, Rev. B. I. Epting, Sarah Epting, Woodrow Hardin, Mrs. John 

Johnson, Jack W, Sahms 
CATAWBA HEIGHTS - Ann Ewing, Logan Huffstetler, Lucille Loftin, 

Ruby Loftin, Rev. J. Howard Mauldin 
CENTERVIEW - Jess Ballew, Mrs. R. W. Beaty, Mamie Franks, Vivian Liles, 

Mrs. 0. C. Perkins 
CHAPEL GROVE - L. E. Bookout, Luvina Glover, 0. H. Harrison, Mrs. 0, 

H. Harrison, James A. Lowery, J. D. Russell, Ellen Williams 
CHERRYVILLE, FIRST - A. Melton Black, Mrs. Buddy black, Mrs. Paul 

Johnson, Mrs. Wade Johnson, Dr. John W. Tresch, Jr., Mrs. John W, 

Tresch, Jr. 
CHERRYVILLE, SECOND - Rev. Lloy G. Brown, Dewey D. Lynn, Lester L. 

Self, Jr., Wilford Short 
CHESTNUT RIDGE - Etta Pruitt, Mitchel Pruitt, Hester Putnam, 

Miller Putnam 
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS - M3rrtle B. Hoffman, Rev. Bartley Paul Home, 

Mrs. Laney M. Home, Mrs. R. L. Justus, Mrs. E. R, Tino 
COMMUNITY - E. R. Bumgarner, Mrs. Ross Bumgamer, Mrs. Julia Petty, 

Rev. R. S. Simmons, Stella Simmons, Sandra Tate 
CRAMERTON FIRST - Don Almond, Mrs. D. M. Ballard, Essie Hi Hand, 

Eugene Johns, G. R, Keeter, Mrs. G. R. Keeter, Mrs. Howard Price 
DALLAS - Worth Braswell, Mitchell Carr, Mrs. Mitchell Carr, Herman 

Cogdell, Mrs. Herman Cogdell, Eunice W. Elmore, Mrs. J. S. McDaniel 

Lena Thorpe, Lathan L. Wright, Mrs. Lathan Wright 
EAST BELMONT - Mrs. Sloan Alexander, Ralph T. Austin, Gerald A. Campbell, 

Mrs. G. A. Campbell, Mildred Helton, W. L. Helton, Rev. W. Elvin 

Jones, Mrs. W. Elvin Jones, Jane Ray, Lanny Ray, Aliene Reep 
EAST GASTONIA - Juanit* Alexander, Mrs. A. B. Cla3rton, John Gaddis, 

Mrs. Patricia E. Kaps, Harry M. McCall, Jr., Maynard H. Mangum, 

Mrs. Ma3mard H. Mangum, Fern R. Smith, Ward A, Smith 
FAIRVIEW - James Clary, Joanna Kanipe, Walter F. Payne, Mrs. Hal Webb 
FAITH BELMONT - Not represented 



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FAITH BESSEMER CITY - Not represented 

FAITH GASTONIA Mrs. Sam Bunt on, A. Renard Nolen, Lois Nolen 

FLINT GROVES - 7. E. Christopher, Mrs. J. E. Christopher, Rev. R. Love 

Dixon, Mrs. Love Dixon, Edith Edison, Betty Flynn, Alice Penley, 

Jai-ies C. Strickland, William A, Wallace, Ralph Wilson 
FRALET MEMORIAL - Leon Nicholson 
FRIENDSHIP - Rev. Sam 0. Stevenson 
GAMBLE HILL - Not represented 

GASTON - Catherine Boggs, Tommie Boggs, Rev. P. J. James, Alice James 
GASTONIA FIRST - Doug Aldrich, Mrs. A. D. Aldrich, Earle W. Brockman, 

Mrs. Earle W. Brockman, Fred D. West, Mrs. Fred D. West 
GATEWAY (MODENA ST.) - Gladys Boyd 
GRACE GASTONIA - Joe A. Campbell 

HARDIN - Marshall High, James C. Jetton, Mrs. Ann Propst , Carroll Propst 
HICKORY GROVE - Ralph B. Carpenter, Paul Hughes Clemmer, Jr., Mrs. Paul 

H. Clemmer, Jr., Hortense Cloninger, Jack Hamrick, Roger Stepp 
HIGH SHOALS - Mrs. H. M. Abemathy, Iris Bradley, Georgia Chambers, 

Rev. Amos M. Riser, Maxine Rhyne 
HOLLAND MEMORIAL - Not represented 
LAKEVIEW - Mrs. W. A. Jenkins, Toney Payne 
LONG CREEK MEMORIAL - Myrtle K. Ashe, Fred C. Crisp, Mrs. Fraak 

Hoffman, Marvin McCraw, Peggy McCraw, Mrs. Mary McGinnis 
LORAY - Tommy Barton, Mrs. Tommy Barton, Virgil F. Collette, Blanche 

HoviSjL. M. Jenkins, Sr., Mrs. L. M. Jenkins, Nell W. Robinson, 

Tlema W. Turner, Raymond H. White 
LOVE MEMORIAL - Betty Baumgaraer, Rev. John Kinnaman, Ellen Loftin, 

Mrs. J. D. Long, Betty Stewart 
LOWELL, FIRST - Aggie Ashe, Mrs. W. W. Causby, Bob Davis, Mrs. H. V. 

Fisher, Ralph McMahan, Delane C. Poteat, Sadie Seagle 
MACEDONIA - El ease Cole, Lennell Keenum 
MCADENVILLE - David N. Morris, Odell Rankin, Mrs. Odell Rankin, 

Bessie Rumfelt 
MIDWAY - Not represented 
MODENA STREET (See Gateway) 
MOUNT BEULAH - Judy Cook, Mrs. John H. Davis, Rev. J. D. Lethco, 

Lou Lethco, Oliver V. McSwain, Mrs. Victor McSwain, Rev. Daniel 

Messer, Sam Stroupe, Mrs. Sara Stroupe 
MOUNT HOLLY, FIRST - Mrs. Walter Dunn, Frank LaGrange, Fred W. Price, 

J. D. Williams, Kay Wiggs 
MOUNT HOLLY, SECOND - Ann Early, J. Garland Early, Tommy I pock, 

Mrs. Mildred MdGee, George W. Michael, Mason Simpson, Mrs. Walter 

Q 4- O pk T />taT/> T *1 

MOUNT ZION - Marshall Craig, Mrs. Marshall Craig, L. A. Gable, Sally 

Helms, Alpha Huffman 
MOUNTAINVIEW - Not represented 
NEW HOPE - Mrs. Pat Ballard, Yates W. Campbell, Mrs. Yates W. Campbell, 

Peggy Hovis, Herb Wilson, Mrs. Peggy Wilson 
NEW LIFE - James T. Baumgardner, Azzalee Beacham, Rev. Franklin Hartman, 

Mrs. Franklin Hartman, Eulene Wilkinson 
NORTH MAIN - Linda Bell, Zelda Bentley, Pattie Collier, Eureth Poe, 

E. D. Wells 
NORTHSIDE - Thelma Anderson, Rev. C. V. Garver, Mrs. C. V. Garver 
OAKGROVE - Tom Ayers, J. M McSwain, Claudie Whitworth, P. W. Whitworth 
PARKWOOD - Lonnie Bryson,R. E. Hicks, Rev. M. 0. Owens, Jr., H. S. 
Redding, Sr. , Mrs. Jerry Strickland 



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PLAINVIEW -Mrs. Jake Norman, Mrs. Columbus Smith 

PROVIDENCE - Mrs. W. W. Daves, Dr. Arthur H. Hottel,R. H. McDonough, 

Flake Pemnell 
RANKIN LAKE - Edwin Jackson, Wanda Smith 
RANLO - Mollie High, John Layel, Mrs, John Layel, Frank W. Welch, 

Mrs. Frank Welch 
RIDGE - N, B, Bentley, Mrs. N. B. Bentley, Emma Johnson, Westl^ Johnson, 

E. B. Tessneer, Mrs, E, B. Tessneer 
RIDGEVIEW - David Helton, Ralph Holcomb 
RIVERSIDE - Not represented 
ROBINWOOD - Annie T. Davis, Girlie R. Davis, Grady Southerland, Mrs. 

Grady Southerland 
ROSEWOOD LANE - Not represented 
SALEM - Not represented 

SANDY PLAINS - Fred Denton, Laura Hoffman, Marvin H. Willis 
SEVENTH AVENUE - Not represented 
SHADY GROVE - Mrs. Jack L. Blanton, Marie Bookout, Mrs. Joe Hager, 

Mrs. Floyd Mauney, Mrs. J. D. Sellers, Frank Taylor, Roy Witherspoon, 

Mrs. J. Roy Witherspoon 
SOUTH MARIETTA STREET - Hoyle B. Alexander, Sr., Mrs. H. B. Alexander, 

Leno Hawkins, Boyd N. Hooks, Mrs. Hazel Hudgins, Minnie L. Huggins, 

William W. Johnston, William G. Medlin, Mrs. C. E. Moss,M. C. Sowell 
SOUTH POINT - Helen Auten, Ann Clark 
SPENCER MOUNTAIN - (withdrew from Association - 1974) 
SPRINGFIELD - Not represented 
STANLEY FIRST - Clyde Armstrong, Max Craig, Mrs. Max Craig, Mrs. Yates 

Craig, Charles H. High, J. V. Lineberger, H. C. Mungo, Mrs. H. C. Mungo 
STOWE MEMORIAL - Murley Anderson, Eugene Frady, Nellie Pot eat, Callie 

G. Reese 
SUNNYSIDE -IE. Campbell, Eugene Passmore, Ra3rmond Short 
SUNSET FOREST - Millie Carrigan, J. Fred King, Lillie Lemons 
TEMPLE - Mrs. Frances Barnes, Clyde Brafford, Mattie Chaney, Mrs. Clyde 

Costner, Estelle Crane, W. C. Hill, D. Parker Snyder, S. Guy Walker 
TRINITY - Rev. Grady H. Pierce, Mtiriel Pierce, Anna Wright 
TUCKASEEGE - Mrs. Roy Clawson, Mack Pressley 
UNITY BELMONT - Mrs. W. H. Ballard, Claude Connell, Mrs. Claude Connell, 

Houston Davis, Ruby Davis, Belle Wall 
UNITY GASTONIA - Lela C. Braswell, Mrs. Audrey M. Bumgardner, Ruth 

Champion, Lester E. Hartman, Mrs. L. E. Hartman, W, A. Honeycutt, 

Herman Motsinger, Herbert Poole, Velma Poole, Pauline Shults, Myrtle 

Wallace 
VICTORY - Mrs. R. B. Grigg, Jr., Mrs. Bill Powers, Rev. James E. Revis, 

Mrs. James Revis, Sandy Savage, Rita Short 
W. FRANKLIN AVE - Mrs. W. B. Echerd, Sr. , Lana Herring, Ruth McGhee, 

Mollie Nelson, James A. Whitworth, Mrs. Ruth Whitworth 
WEBBS CHAPEL - Ethel Crawford 

WEST CRAMERTON - James Barnes, Mrs. Lee Cook, Georgia Mecham, Edith Pryor 
WOODLAWN - Lucy Cowan, George England, Roy Ervin, Annie McKnight, Wade A. 

McKnight, Perry Smith, James W, Usery, Ruby B, Usery, Ruth Warren, 

Carroll Watts 

VISITORS ROM OUTSIDE OUR ASSOCIATION: 

Emmanuel McCall - Home Mission Board; Eugene Poston - Gardner-Webb College; 
Woodrow W. & Margaret Hill - Biblical Recorder; Donald Keyser - Campbell 
College; Burtt Potter - N.C. Baptist Convention; J. Roy Robinson - Gardner- 
Webb College; Mrs. J. Ray Robinson - Gardner-Webb College; W.C.McKinney, Jr. 
Representing N.C. Baptist Hospital. 



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PROCEEDINGS 



FIRST SESSION 

1. The 56th Annual session of the Gaston Baptist Association was held 
at the Victory Baptist Church, Gastonia, N. C. , and Dallas Baptist 
Church, Dallas, N. C. 

2. The session was called to order by the Moderator, Mr. Elvin Jones 
at 2:00 p.m. 

3. The worship session was under the direction of Mrs. Jerry Lethco, 
of Mount Beulah Baptist Church. Mrs. Lethco led us in singing of 
the hymn "I Love To Tell the Story". Mrs. Yates Campbell, Director 
of Christian Social Ministries, led us in our opening prayer. 

4. Mrs. Jerry Lethco read scripture and sang a medley of songs, "Tell 
Me the Stories of Jesus", "The Name of Jesus", "Tis So Sweet To 
Trust in Jesus", "There's Within My Heart a Melody", "Wonderful, 
Wonderful Jesus", and "He Lives" for the special music. She was 
accompanied by Mrs. Peggy Hovis. 

5. Mr. Elvin Jones, Moderator, made an announcement that two of the 
pastors, Charles and Robert Summey, had received news of the death 
of their sister, Mrs. Ruth Paysour of Dallas, N. C. Mr. Jones 
asked Rev. Jerry Lethco of Mount Beulah Baptist to lead us in a 
prayer for them and all the family. 

6. Mr. Leon Nicholson, Associational Clerk, made the motion that the 
200 messengers now registered and those who will register constitute 
the 56th Annual session of the Gaston Baptist Association. The 
motion was seconded and carried (387 messengers, 6 alternates, and 
48 visitors were enrolled for these sessions.) 

7. Mr. James Revis, Program Committee, made the motion that the 
printed program with changes approved by this body constitute the 
order of service for the 56th Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist 
Association. It was seconded and carried. 

8. Mr. Elvin Jones, Moderator, asked for a move that Dr. Hoyle Allred, 
Superintendent of Missions^ be seated as a messenger. Joe Campbell 
made the move and it was seconded by James Revis. 

9 . Committee Reports ; 

A. Mission Committee : In the absence of Dr. Lowell Spivey, Chair- 
man of the Missions Committee, Dr. Hoyle Allred gave the report 
stating that the Missions Committee had met with a black group 
headed by Pastor William Thompson who was wanting to establish 
a church affiliated with the Gaston Association. After finding 
the proposed location met the Associational guidelines. Dr. 
Allred was instructed to work with them and to date property 
has been purchased and a loan has been applied for future ex- 
pansion. Dr. Allred moved that the Missions report be adopted. 
This was seconded and carried. 

B. Nominating Committee : Mr. J. D. Williams, Chairman, gave the 
report of the Nominating Committee and moved that it be adopted. 
This was seconded and carried. This report is printed else- 
where in the minutes. 

C. Committee on Committees ; Mr. Marvin Willis read the names of 
the members of the Committee on Committees and moved that it 
be adopted. This was seconded and carried. See Table of Con- 
tents for the report of this committee. 



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D. Promotional Coininittee ; Mr. Glenn Caldwell, Vice -Moderator, pre- 
sented a tentative calendar for 1975. He moved its adoption 
along with any necessary changes that may seem wise to the Pro- 
motional Committee. A question was raised about the Pastor's 
Retreat in 1975, because it was not listed on the Calendar, Dr. 
Hoyle Allred explained that the Retreat would be held on Monday, 
Tuesday, and Wednesday after the 1st Sunday in October. This 
move was seconded and carried. 

E. Stewardship Committee ; Mr. Max Craig, Chairman, gave his report 
stating that April 20, 1975 will be observed as the Cooperative 
Program's 50th anniversary. Every church is challenged to ob- 
serve this as a day of study, prayer and commitment to the Co- 
operative Program. He also stated that special emphasis for 1975 
is being placed on: 

(1) 50th Anniversary Cooperative Program Rally-First Church, 
Charlotte, April 3, 1975, 7:30 p.m. 

(2) April 20, Cooperative Program Day in the churches. 

(3) May 13, 50th Anniversary of the Cooperative Program. 

(4) October- Every Wednesday - A special day of prayer for the 
Cooperative Program in the churches. 

Mr. Craig then moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

10. Organizational Reports : 

A. Sunday School Report ; Mr. Marvin Willis, Director, gave his 
report and moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 
It is as follows: 

Vocton. A. I/. {)Joi6hbun.n, a6 StcKztan.y o^ tkz Sunday School 
Ve.pan.tmznt oi the. Sunday School Boan.d, polntdd out ovzn. one. 
yzan. ago "thz everlasting nzed {^ofi tfialnzd {Mon.kzH.& In chufichzs 
and as6octatyion6 ," 

In a Iztten. to the Statu Convention oi Sunday School Szc- 
fiztarlei) , Doctor James L. Sullivan said, "To attack the nagging 
problem Intelligently and to overcome It u}lth any degree o^ 
success u}lll require cautious planning and continuous e^^ort." 

Our State Sunday School leaders planned carefully district 
meetings and brought the best leadership available to train 
our assoclatlonal leaders. Our Gaston Baptist Sunday School 
leaders attended the Monroe conference. At the same conference 
a convention program o^ Out Reach was planned. Your Assocla- 
tlonal director sat In on this conference. A{^ter the training, 
the assoclatlonal leaders held two training schools, one at 
Dallas Baptist Church and the other at Mount Holly, Second 
Baptist Church. At the same time o{^ the Sunday School Con{ier- 
ences opportunity was given {,or Bible Study In eight widely 
separated areas. All o^ the conferences were well attended. 

The Out Reach emphasis will continue through to November 
17 at which time all the churches will observe High Attendance 
Day with State and Southern Baptist Convention. 

All Gaston Baptist Churches will call In their high 
attendance to the Assoclatlonal O^^lce. 

The Sunday School Board In hiashvllle will give the High 
Attendance ojj all the Baptist Churches to three major tele- 
vision networks on the iollowlng Monday. 

Never before has the lord given us such a growing chall- 
enge to lead men to study God's Word. 



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Mr. Willis introduced Mr. Burtt Potter, of the Sunday Schbol 
Department, Baptist State Convention of N. C. Mr. Potter spoke 
briefly on the Out Reach Program of the State Convention. 

B. Church Training Report ; Mr. Harry McCall, Director, referred 
to a letter that he had sent to each of the churches in our 
Association regarding "M" night on November 25th at Stanley 
First Baptist, also a Mr. and Miss Church will be selected to 
represent the churches in the Gastonia Christmas Parade. See 
Gaston Baptist Bulletin for more details. (November issue) 

C. W. M. U. Report ; Mrs. Dwayne Goodson gave her report and moved 
its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

Shz itatzd that tkt watchwoh-d {^on. thz ytan. Zi "Thz iaon.d 

M;a.4 moidz ^tz^h avid dMztt among a4 {^ult o^ g^act and t^ath" 

John 1:14. Shz ati,o itattd that a M^44^ow Action Wo^k^hop w>a4 
htld In OdtohzH. 1974 at Mt. Hon, ChzKA.yvllle.. M^4 . Ma/ilon Mo66 
0^ SocZaZ SzA,vlc2..i> , Ma.. Vatz6 CampbztZ, Chh.li>tlan Social M>tn/C4- 
tfU.zi> and Ma4 . W. W. Paue4, kmzfuican BlbZz Soclzty iha^zd thzlH. 
Idzai on how to bzttzn. mzzt thz nzzd& o^ thZi afiza, Reu. and 
M>t4 . J. V. Ha^fiod, ^li>i>lonan.tz& to Bfiazlt, bfioaght thz mzaagz 
ion. that zvzntng. M/l4 . Good4>on atio commzntzd on thz annual 
■6Zi6lon hzld at LoKay Baptlit Chiin.ch In kpftll 1974. Thz thzmz 
wa6 "ShanA,ng ChnJ.6t Through Hl^ Wofid" . M^4 . Gzongla Mzachzam o^ 
Rlvzn.itdz Chunch ^pokz on "What Mt-iilom Mean to Me" with Rev. 
Chafitiz Spznzz bfilngtng thz mzi&agz. A pfiayzi Kztfizat wonk-ihop 
uoa6 hzld In Hay at thz Ki&ozlatlonal oHlcz and ihz u.n.gzd thz 
chuJichzi to znlt6t and znlafigz thzln. W.M.U. 

D. Brotherhood Report ; No report given. 

E. Music Report ; Mr. Herman Motsinger, Director, gave his report 
and moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. It is as 
follows ; 

kccofidlng to thz Gaston Baptist k&io elation Handbook, my 
pnU.nclpal function l6 to a^&lit thz A^ioclatlon In a pfiogfiam o^ 
m(i6lc, dztzfimlnlng coa-tie and zo o H.dlnatlo n . 

kfitzn. dliaui6lng thz muilc pn.ogn.am with 6zvzn.al dlnzzton.& , 
Pa^ton.6, and thz Pn.omotlonal Commlttzz, It wai dztzn.mlnzd that 
thz {iOn.zmo6t nzzd In thz c.hun.zhzi wa^ training mzmbzn.6 to Izann 
how to nzad mu^ilc. Szvznal poi>i>lbllltlz& wznz dl6zu66zd to OjjiJe* 
hzlp In thli> an.za oi training. Thz onz adoptzd l& can.n.zntly In 
opznatlon. 

In coopzn.atlon with thz Adult Education Division o^ Gaston 
Collzgz, a ^pzclal clai>i> In "Lzannlng to Rzad Mu6lc" wa6 zi>- 
tabllhhzd. Thlh clai>i, mzzt-i two houn6, onz night zach wzzk, 
^on. tzn wzzk6 . Chanlzi Vun.ant, Hlnl6tzn. oi Mu^&lc o{ thz fln.6t 
Baptist Chunch, Ga&tonla, wai 6zlzctzd ai tzachzn {^on thz coun.6z, 
which bzgan with thz ?all Quantzn and mzzti In thz k^&oclatlonal 
Oiilcz Building. Thzn.z an.z pn.z6zntly 27 zagzn and znthui, lactic 
6tudznt^ In thz claS6 , now light n.zadlng hymn6 . 

" It lit hopzd that thl6 pnogn,am o^ bailc muilcal tnalnlng can 

and will bz contlnuzd and zxpandzd dun.lng thz coming yzan.. My 
■6pzclal appn.zclatlon 1.6 zxtzndzd to Hoylz kllnzd and Chan.lzi 
VuKant In Z6tabll6hlng thli pnogn.am. 

11. Mrs. Jerry Lethco led in the singing of the hymn "Amazing Grace." 

12. Mr. Elvin Jones, Moderator, introduced the new workers in our As- 
sociation. Dr. Hoyle Allred came forward and gave the right hand 
of fellowship. ,- 



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13. New Approaches In ; 

A. Industrial Chaplaincy ; Mr. David Morris gave his report and 
stated that the Gaston Baptist have the only Industrial Chap- 
laincy Program in the County. He also stated that 70% of the 
employee's of the plants, where he works, do not attend church. 

B. Chi Idren ' s Worship ; Mr. Jerry Lethco, pastor of Mount Beulah 
Baptist Church, gave his report on the growing ministry -of 
Children's worship. He stated that the children's worship 
service is used to teach young people to worship God within 
their understanding. He urged churches which do not have the 
program to investigate its possibilities. 

C. Sunday School : Mr. Wayne Johnson gave a report on some mater- 
ials that could help the teachers in the area of being more 
effective in their teaching. He urged the churches to have 

a Church Leadership Course, An Introduction to the Bible and 
Methodology . He stated that each teacher should ask them- 
selves the question "Am I helping my students answer their 
questions about life"? 

D. New Member Classes: Mr. Richard Hicks spoke concerning our 
work as pastors to the children in our congregations. He 
asked if we knew how to talk to the children. Mr. Hicks also 
referred to a booklet that he had written on this subject and 
said it was available through the Associational Office. 

E. Church the Sunday Night Place : Mr. Wade McKnight gave a report 
on how Woodlawn Baptist Church in Lowell, N. C. had promoted 
their Sunday night services over the last two years and special 
emphasis for a 10 week period produced an average of 310 
people each Sunday night. This was compared to an average of 
80 people before the special emphasis. Another special em- 
phasis was placed on a 13-week period he had 40 people to unite 
with their church. He urged churches to emphasize their Sun- 
day night services. 

14. Visitors from out of our Association were recognized. Their names 
and others who registered are printed following the messengers. 

15. The session was dismissed at 4:10 for a break and reconvened at 
4:35. 

16. Mr. Snyder Parker, Minister of Music at Temple Baptist, led in the 
singing of the hymn "He Hideth my Soul" followed by a prayer by 
Rev. Eugene Johns. 

17. Miscellaneous Business : 

A. Baptist Foundation ; No report given. 

B. Campbell College ; Mr. Donald Kyser of Campbell College spoke 
briefly on the work of the College. He also stated that the 
College was planning a clinic for pastors and their wives 
built around preparation for January Bible Study. 

C. Report of Librarian : Mr. George Fowler gave his report on 
the films trips and materials on loan to the churches through 
the Associational Office. There will be a new listing of 
filmstrips and materials available on loan to the churches 
in the January, 1975 Bulletin. The report is as follows; 



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-.-' 


ON HAND 


ADDED SINCE 


LAST 


CIRCULATION 






YEAR'S MEETING 




Books 


422 


422 




6 


Slides 


16 sets 


4 




143 


Films trips 


225 (16 withdrawn) 


91 






Tape Recordings 


21 


8 






Disc Recordings 


19 








Equipment 


16 pes. 


4 




145 



D. Mr. William Wallace, pastor of Flint Groves Baptist, offered 
a resolution on obscenity and pornography. It is as follows: 

(fJHEREAS tkz numbt^ oi 6e,x-6atun.ate,d booki, magazine.^ , and 

tzlzvl&lon ^kou)^ ha^ IncKo^a^ Q,d n.apldty Mitkln thz pa&t 
dzaade, , and 

WHEREAS oaK cultun.z ha6 bzcome. 6o &(ix-i>atu.n.at2.d that many 
pzn.ion6 have, dzvztopzd ^uch a tolzJianat ion. obicuntty 
that It t6 ^n.yLghte.ntng to pondzfi lohat tht^ tncfiza^tng 
tot(in,anc,t u}ttt tdad oan. culture, to accept In tho. day6 
ahzad, and 

WHEREAS {,n.om a Ch>u,&tlan standpoint, thzfiz ti no dt^znsz ion. 
obicznlty and poh.nogn.aphy, and whzn^zai thli ^tood o^ 
ittth must be stopped ^on. thz sake, o^ oan. c.htZdn.2.n, oun. 
nation, and oun. way o^ It^d, 

BE IT RESOIVEV that 

/. We zncL0LLn.agz oun, chun,che,6 and thztn tzadzn-S hip to zd- 
ucatz thzln. mzmbzn.s aonczn,nlng thz vltz and vicious 
natun.z o^ thz smut that zan be bought a dn.ugston.zs and 
nzwsstands . 

2. Wz ask alt Chn.lstlan pzoptz to tactiulty zxpn.zss to 
dn.ugston.zs and nz\MSStands that thzy patn.onlzz thzln, 
disapproval oi thz salz and cln,culatlon o^ salacious 
lltzn.atun,z . 

3. We takz any obscznz and pon.no gn,aphlc matzn,lals that 
comz through thz mall to thz Postmastzn. so that prompt 
action can be takzn against thz purvzyors oi thzsz ob- 
scznz and pornographic materials, 

,4. Wz circulate, through our churches, a public petition 
to urge our statz Izglslators to strzngthzn thz laixis 
on obscenity and pornography so as to rid our state o^ 
thzsz corrupting In^luznczs . 

5. We Instruct our clzrk to convzy to thz Mayor o^ Gastonla, 
Gastonla City Council, other city and county govzrnmznt 
Izadzrs , and thz managzmznt o^ all theatres In Gaston 
County our strong disapproval oi the showing oi the ^llm, 
Veep Throat , and all other crass and Iziod ^llms that 
appzat to prurlznt Intzrzsts and arz dztrlmzntal to thz 
good morals and thz gznzral wzl^arz oi our city and county, 

(a) Mr. A. A. Bailey, Associational Parliamentarian, in- 
formed the Association that By Law 7: Paragraph 8: 
stipulates that a resolution could be voted on the 
first day if a two-thirds majority of the Association 
voted to suspend the rules. 

(b) The Association voted to suspend the rules and take 



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immediate action on the Resolution. 

(C) Mr. Wallace spoke of the Resolution and urged the 

members of the Association to talk to candidates for 
various offices to see how they stand on the differ- 
ent issues and to vote for the ones that expressed 
our views. 

(d) Mr. Wallace moved for the adoption of the Resolution. 
It was seconded by Dr. Hottel and carried. 

E. Mr. John W. Tresch, Jr., pastor of Cherryville First Baptist, 
made an announcement that Mr. Jimmy Redding, a missionary to 
Peru, is to be at First Baptist in Cherryville on Friday, 
November 22 at 7:00 p.m. 

F. Mr. Buddy Black, First Baptist Church in Cherryville, read 
a resolution on opposition to Wake Forest University for 
allowing the Schlitz Brewing Company to sponsor radio time 
for the football games that are aired over a Statesville 
radio station. 

(1) A motion was made by Mr. Joe Campbell, Grace Baptist 
Church, to suspend the rules and take immediate action 
on the resolution. This was seconded by Ralph Carpenter, 
Hickory Grove Baptist. The floor was opened for dis- 
cussion and after some discussion 

(2) Mr. M. O. Owens made a substitute motion that the Reso- 
lution be passed but sent to the Resolutions Committee 
to be drafted into proper form then sent to Wake Forest 
University. This motion was seconded and carried. 

G. Mr. Walter Long brought to the body the first reading of a 
Constitutional Change that would be recommended on the second 
day of the meeting. 

18. Missions Report : 

A. State Mission ; Mr. Burtt Potter, on behalf of Guthrie Colvard, 
referred the Association to the printed State Mission Report 
in the Book of Reports. Mr. Charles High moved its adoption. 
This was seconded and carried. Mr. Potter stated some goals 
in offerings for State Mission work and said that no greater 
commitment to God and His Work could be shown than a com- 
passion for the lost, effective administration, and a solid 
Biblical basis through State Missions. 

B. Home Mission ; Mr. Yates Campbell referred to the printed 
Home Mission Report and moved its adoption. This was second- 
ed and carried. 

C. Foreign Mission ; Mrs. Bob Grigg read her report and moved its 
adoption. This was seconded and carried. This report is 
found elsewhere in the minutes. 

19. Mr. Parker Snyder, Minister of Music at Temple Baptist Church, 
led the Pastors' chorus in the singing of "How Great Thou Art" 
and "Saved by Grace". 

20. Our missionary speaker was Dr. Emmanuel L. McCall of the National 
Baptist Convention. Mr. McCall brought a challenging message on 
Bartimaeus . 

21. Mr. James Revis, host pastor, gave instructions concerning the 
meal to be served. 



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22. The first session was adjourned with prayer by Mr. James Revis. 
A delicious meal was served by the host church. 

SECOND SESSION 

23. The evening session was opened at 6:45. 

24. Memorial Report ; 

A. Mr. Elvin Jones, Moderator, recognized Mr. Charles Durant, 
Minister of Music, First Baptist Gastonia, to lead us in the 
hymn "To God be the Glory" followed by responsive reading #95 
in the Baptist Hymnal "Resurrection of Believers". Mr. Jones 
asked Rev. Eugene Frady of Stowe Memorial Baptist to lead us 
in a prayer for the families of those taken by death. 

25. Associational Mission Report : 

A. Mr. Elvin Jones, Moderator, spoke briefly on the Gaston Assoc- 
iation and its work in the mission within the Association. He 
pointed out that the Association can be of help where problems 
arise within a fellowship of a church. He also stated that 
our Association has for the first time given over one million 
dollars to missions and over $600,000 of it to the Cooperative 
Program. 

B. Mr. Mack Pressley presented the Executive Committee report and 
moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. It is as 
follows : 

The, Executive CommA,tte,e mzt Zyl ^dQULlan. montkty 4e44^ow4 
to tn.an6act tkz bLi.i,lm.i>6 oiJ thz A66oclatlon. 

Rev. Mack ?fiQ,6&tty 6£,^vzd ca, Ckal^man oi tko, Exucutlvt 
Commlttdz; Hoytz kttKtd, Stc^tta^y; and Vfizd CKA,6p, Vice.- 
ahaZ^man. 

At thz VzczmbzH. rme.tA,ng appllcatloni> ion. pa^toKat aid 
iofi tiA)o (ikuKCLhe,6 we^e appKovzd. 

VunXng a i-ivz month pzulod c.on6ldQ,n.able. e.aon.t and con- 
6ldtn.atton wa4 gtvzn to a coopo^H-atlvz pn.ogn.am ol Vay Can.z 
uolth ?an.kdalt Mllli following closing oi the. Ozan.k Goodu)tll 
Czntzn.. Thl& did not mate.n.laZlzz. The. Association contlnmzd 
to zmpZoy Mm. Jznn,y Stn.lckland on a imlltlmz basis, with 
I iun.the.n. conslde.n.atlon bzlng glvzn to a Cznte.n. In the. Mt. Hotly- 
Bzlmont an.e.a, on. In connection Mlth othe.n. lndustn.y. 

Paston.al aid was obtained ion. thn.ec additional chun.che.s , 
and an additional $1,000 in.om the Baptist State. Convention ion. 
use In the Association, with this being applied towan.d Mn.s . 
Stn.lckland' s salary. 

In on.den. ion. Executive Committee memben.s to be Identliled 
with mon.e chun.ches , and In on.den. to help promote the won.k oi 
the Association {won.kshops , conien.ences , etc,], the chun.ches 
oi the Association men.e grouped and assigned to each memben. oi 
the Executive Committee ion. pen.sonal iollow-up . 

The Executive Committee worked closely with the Assoc- 
iation's staii dun.lng the n.espectlve Illnesses oi the Supen.- 
Intendent and the CSM Vln.ecton., 

Guidelines ion. Establishing Hew Chun.ches and Missions on 



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Wen; Ba<6 Roatzi ujzk^ adoptzd and dl^t^lbutdd to tkz chu^ahz6 . 
A map ii> bzlng maintalnzd In thz kaoalatlon^ & oHicz In- 
dicating bu6 ^otxt(i& atKzady mtabll&kzd. 

In May, $10,000 uoa6 boKKOijotd ioK a tkKzz- yzah. pzfilod 
{^yiom ¥ln.6t Union National Bank In ofidzn. to ^Inlih paying 
oii tko, bonds dmz to matuKz on tko. Baptist Building, and to 
complztz payment due ion. additional land puKckased wkzn tkz 
can,&take.n' s kouiz voas moved. Tke caKetaken.' 6 kome Mas' used 
as collatzn^al. Tkz money Is to be paid back at tke Kate o{, 
$322.6S pen. montk. 

Tke only otken. Indebtedness o{, tke Association Is 
$5,083.11 [at tke end o^ Septemben.) on tke Association' s 
kome occupied by tke SupenA,ntendent o^ Missions. 

26. The Treasurer's Report was presented by the Associational Trea- 
surer, Mr. Fred West. He referred to the printed treasurer's 
report and moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. See 
the Table of Contents for page number of this report. 

27. Finance Committee ; 

A. Mr. Worth Braswell, Chairman, presented the budget for 1974- 
75 and made a motion that the recommendations be accepted. 
It was seconded and carried. The new budget is printed as a 
part of this Publication. It was followed by a film present- 
ation prepared by the Superintendent of Missions and the tape 
narrated by Mr. Braswell on "This is Associational Missions". 

B. The Moderator recognized Dr. Hoyle Allred, Superintendent of 
Missions. Dr. Allred explained that instead of taking up an 
offering, he was going to give an offering and instructed each 
one present to take two cents from the offering plates so that 
it would remind us to send 2% of the Church budget to Associa- 
tional Missions. 

28. The Moderator reminded the Association that the Second day meeting 
had been moved from Gaston Baptist, Dallas, to Dallas Baptist Church. 

29. The scripture lesson was read from Jeremiah 10:1-16 in the "Living 
Bible" by Mr. Jerry Lethco. 

A. Mr. Charles Durant, Minister of Music, First Baptist Gastonia, 
sang "Share His Love". 

B. The Annual Sermon was preached by Dr. A. Douglas Aldrich, 
Pastor of First Baptist Gastonia. He spoke on "Scarecrow 
Religion". It is printed elsewhere in the minutes. 

30. The evening session was closed with prayer by Dr. Aldrich. 

SECOND DAY — DALLAS BAPTIST CHURCH 
October 25, 1974 

THIRD SESSION 

31. The morning session was opened with a medley of hymns, "Love 
Lifted Me", "Take the Name of Jesus With You", "Glory to His 
Name", under the direction of Mr. Yates Campbell, Christian Social 
Ministries Director. Mr. Glenn Caldwell, Vice-moderator then led 
in a prayer. 



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32. Special music was provided by Mr. Yates Campbell and Mrs. Peggy 
Hovis. They sang a medley of songs showing how they lead in music 
therapy at the hospital and other places as a part of CSM. 

A. "The New Hopers", Mrs. Peggy Hovis, Mrs. Peggy Wilson, and 
Mrs. Pat Ballard, sang "Gentle Shepherd". 

33. Mr. Glenn Caldwell, Vice-moderator, introduced Mr. Yates Campbell, 
Christian Social Ministries Director. Mr. Campbell spoke briefly 
on some of the areas of his work. 

A. Hospital ; Mr. John Campbell referred to the printed report 
and moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. Mr. 
Campbell then introduced Mr. W. C. McKenny, representing the 
hospital, who spoke briefly on the care facilities of the 
hospital. 

B. Homes for the Aging ; In the absence of Mr. Forest Roberts, 

Mr. E. W. Brockman gave the report, which follows. Mr. Brock- 
man moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. 

A4 a Bapt^6t, among tkz many vi.tat m^nA,6t^A,z6 that you 
6uppo^t a^e youA, ko^tk CaKol-ina Baptist Homz6 ion. the. Aging. 
Gi^ti thn.ough tke, CoopdfiatZvz ?h.ogn,am and tke. Spdclat oUtfi- 
Ing ioA. the. Home-6, Ke.cztvzd on thz 3n.d Sunday o^ Vab^uaKy 
zach yzan. have. tncAe.a6zd to he.lp ope.n.ate. 5 H.e.&^de.nt Home.6 
and thz NuA.6A.ng Can.e. Unit. 

Oi gKe.ate.&t ^Zgnt^tcance. duKlng the. pa^t yzan., ha& been 
the. de.cli>ton by the. Tn.u6te.e.6 o^ the. Home.6 to e.itabtt6h a 6th 
Home. In \}}zi,tzH.n Uofith Carolina, to be. located tn the. city o^ 
k6he.\!llle. on the. Ve.an.6on Estate.. 

With the. addition o^ a 6th Homz ^on. thz Aging, with thz 
6pln.atlng ao6t oi living, and thz gH.zat and zvzn.- IncAza^lng 
nzzd6 oi oldzn. pzopZz, It li mo&t ufigznt that oun. Baptist 
pzoplz bz monz gznzn.ou6 than eue-^ bz^o-iz In iuppon.t {^on. thz 
Homz6 . 

C. Children's Homes ; Mr. Bill Brown came and introduced Mr. 
Parker McLendon. Mr. McLendon gave a report on the work in 
Child Care in North Carolina. Mr. Bill Brown moved its adopt- 
ion. It was seconded and carried. The report is as follows: 

Chn.l6tlan child canz l6 a ihanzd advzntunz. We pn.oczzd 
by ialth to build a hzlplng Kzlatlon^hlp [^ilth chlldnzn and 
thzln. iamlllz6 In nzzd. We cannot knoio In advancz thz ^Inal 
outcomz, but u}Z aKz con^ldznt oi God'6 povizn. to iA)on.k In thz6z 
n.zlatlon6hlp6 ion. nzconclllatlon and hzallng . 

Much ha6 happznzd thl6 yzan. to itnzngthzn thz iound- 
atloni ion. oun mlnl6tny oi child canz. Thz nzcnzatlon and 
admlnlitnatlon buildings at Bn.oyhlll Uomz anz nzanlng com- 
pletion. A cottagz and two 6taii nz6ldzncz6 at Kznnzdy Homz 
Mill 6oon bz dzdlcatzd. A challzngz glit oi $100,000.00 ha6 
bzzn nzczlvzd ion. thz dzvzlopmznt oi Gnzzn.-Bun.n.l6 Homz at 
Chapzl Hill. 

"Thz Mountain Within", a thln.ty-mlnutz 16mm 6ound movlz, 
has bzzn illmzd to tzll thz 6tony oi thz Chlldn.zn' 6 Homz6. 

Oun. ilnst Emzngzncy Canz Homz opznzd In Bunllngton May 
21, and a ilmllan homz Mill opzn In Chan.lottz latz thlA yzan. 



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Vu^lng 1973, hJo^th CaKollna Baptl^t6 gavz mofiz than onz 
million dollaki to ChKl&tlan child ddHQ, through thz Hofith 
Carolina, Baptlit Chlld^tn'-6 Homz6 thfioagh tht CoopzKatlve. 
?Kogn.am, Thank6glvlng O^^z^lng and dz^lgnatzd gl^t6. Ulilng 
(Loi>t6 and tkz nzzd {^oA. expanding 6ZKvlae,6 challzngz all OjJ lU , 
&ta{il and 4>uppon.tz^6 , to continue ou.>i Invzitmznt In thz ihafizd 
advzntuiftz o^ Chfil&tlan child caKO,, 

D. Literacy ; Mrs. Olna Davis gave her report and moved its adopt- 
ion. It was seconded and carried. Her report is as follows: 

Tkli> ha6 bczn oun. bt&t yean. {^on. lltzn.acy ml^-ilom acti- 
vity. Thl6 mpont l6 iofi July 1973-Junz 1974. I had IS 
speaking zngagzmznti on bzhall oi lltzKacy . I &pokz to club^ , 
chuiKchz>b , and commlttzz-6 . I attzndzd 64 houn.^ oi training con- 
iznzncz6 to lzan.n to do a bzttzn. job. Thznz uozn.z 7 iA)on.k6hop6 
hzld In Gaston Comnty with 91 tatoh.6 tnalnzd. Thznz wzfiz 319 
English i>pzakzn.i> taught and 1 non-Engllih &pzakzn.. Thz^z afiz 
jU6t thz onzi) that we know about. Thz agzi o^ thz -ttudznt^ 
Kangz {^Kom chlldnzn to adult. Szvznal zxcltlng things havz 
happznzd that fizally wank. We tn.alnzd Jn.. and Sk. High School 
&tudznti to tuton. othzn 3ft. and Sn.. High School 6tudznt-&. It 
won.k&\ Wz tnalnzd adult community voluntzzKi, to go Into thz 
schools to tuton. It won,k6l We tutoh. In ouK chuKchzi, . It 
won.ki,\ Somz oi oun. voluntzzu glvz a6 much oi 200 to 500 houH.& 
zach yzan. to hzlp 6omzonz hzlp hlm^zli. ? no izs clonal pzoplz 
anz bzcomlng Involved In lltznacy ml&6loni . 

We nzizK thz onz6 wz tuton to thz dlUznznt agzncli6 In 
thz county a^ thz nzzd an.li>zi,. In tun.n thziz agznclzi, nz^zn 
thzln clients to U6 whzn wz can hzlp with a nzadlng pnoblzm. 
Bz6ldz6 oun. chunchz6 wz wonk with Mzntal Hzalth Clinic, Social 
Sznvlcz, Vocational Rzhabllltatlon, Gaston Collzgz Adult Ba&lc 
Education, Gaston Skills, Jn. and Sn. High Schools, Hoipltal, 
Special Education tzachzn6 , Rzadlng kldz& , and Vamlly Coun&zl- 
Ing. 

Thl6 wa6 thz yzan that oun lltznacy council dnzw up 
kntlclzi, oi Inconponatlon and By-law^ which wznz appnovzd by 
oun Szcnztany o^ Statz and wz nzczlvzd oun Chantzn. Thzn oun 
Vzpantmznt o^ Revenae dzclanzd that wz quall^lzd Ion zxzmptlon 
^nom {^nanchl&z and Income taxz6 . A good {^nlznd In oun lltznacy 
council paid the^e iee-b . 

We want to thank the Ga&ton Baptl.t>t k&i,oclatlon {^on help- 
ing ^uppont the lltenacy ml&&loni> actlvltlzi thnough youn bud- 
gzt. Soul6 anz bzlng SAVED, llvz6 anz bzlng changed and blzi&- 
zd by youn giving. 

Anothen gneat zvznt thl6 yean wa^ that that the National 
A{^llllatlon ^on Lltenacy Advance Biennial Con{,enence wa6 held 
In Washington, V. C. These ane the Laubach volunteem in:om all 
50 states and Southeastenn Canada. We have Insplnatlon, fellow- 
ship, and Intensive tnalnlng to upgnade oun centl^lcates . We 
had S to go {^nom Gaston County- the only nepnesentatlves ^nom 
l^onth Canollna. One got a centl^lcate ion 10 yeans o^ volun- 
tzzn sznvlcz. Thneee got centl^lcates as Senlon Tutons. Two 
got Lltznacy Lzadznshlp Centl^lcates . Two young people ^nom 
Gaston Skills got nzcognltlon ^on appeanlng on the panel at 
one oi the genenal meetings. We have had a wonkshop at Gaston 
Skills and tnalned the educatable handicapped to tuton the 
othen handicapped students. One glnl that the Voctons had 
sold could neven nead on wnlte Is hal{iWay thnough the second 
skill book and the wnltlng Is neadablz even l^ the palsy does 
shake hen hand. 



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?n.ay that ou^ volmntzzn.^ Milt not Qfiovo u)zan.y on. bz- 
comz dA,6 CO uKag 2.d . Vn., Laaback ^ald yza^.6 ago "ChKli>tla.n 
Savz you.fl Won.tdl", "Each Ont Tzack Onz" . 1{^ you can Kzad 
you can kzZp anotkzn. one IzaKn koui Ktgandle,-i>.!> oi youn. ed- 
ucational backgn.ound. 1^ you have the Love oi God In youH. 
kcaftt and you afie Milling to tfiy to communicate that love to 
another pe^6on you can tuton. and love them Into learning to 
Kead thelfi Bible. Then.e an.e oveh. 12,000 adult.i> oven. 25 yeafi& 
oi age In Gaston County who cannot fiead the Bible {^on. them- 
ielve& and they have to take oun. Mond ion. what l6 thene. Vn., 
Laubach -iald "The one Mho can &ave the Monld li Meaning youn 
clothes." Vou, a volunteen., a contnlbuton., a pnayen^ully 
concen.ned pen.ion, hold the key. Laubach Literacy can continue 
to i>en.ve only Mlth the pan.tlclpatlon o^ thouiandU^ oi pen&oni> 
like you. With youn help Me ihall accomplish Vn. Laubach' 6 
dn.eam . 

E. Case Work : Mrs. Jerry Strickland gave her report and moved 
its adoption. It was seconded and carried. Her report is 
as follows : 

Thank you ion alloMlng me to have " Oppon.tunltle6 to 
shoM God'.i, Love In Action . " As youn, caseMon,ken In Chnl&tlan 
Social Minis tnle-6 , my job Is just that. 

In the last yean, these oppontunltles have been the ioll- 
OMlng : 

Seeing the happy iaces oi numenous people have clean, 
beautiful neM clothes- [maybe a pain oi tennis shoes on boots 
ion. a school child] - boxes and boxes oi gnocenles - a bill 
paid Mhen.e thene may be light and Maten again In the house - 
medicine ion a child on mothen suiien.lng pain ion days. Hope 
Mhen.e thene has not been hope even In a Hie time - school 
supplies ion chlldnen Mho have to Monn.y Mhene these things 
ane coming in.om. feeling Mlth each pen.son the hunt, suHen- 
Ing , loneliness , inlendlessness oi some oi these people. 
Getting to knoM them betten, making neM in.lends , some close 
as my oMn people. Heanlng nemanks made aiten. necelvlng help 
such as: "Thank God, my pnayens have been anSMened" . "Voun 
people have helped me come in.om the dankness , unto the light". 
"I'm not depn.essed anymon.e. I see a May noM and I'm going to 
take advantage oi these Mays and do something about them". 
"I've Manted a high school diploma ion. 13 yeans and Mas ainald 
to go ilnd out the May to n.ecelve one since I've been out oi 
school so long. Thank the Lond I have one noM." "A yean, ago 
I Mas neady to commit suicide. My husband Mas a dnunkan.d and 
I Mas iaclng sungen.y, but noM, just one yean laten., Mhat a 
dliien.ence. We have a chn.lstlan home and Jesus Chn.lst Is the 
head oi It." "We an.e tlned oi being bums. Me Mant to live like 
neal people". "Vou an.e beautliul people". Touching lives 
that had neven. oMned a Bible beion.e. 

People Mho can't believe then.e Is such help that Me have 
Is ion. them. 

WoAklng Mlth organizations Mho pn.alse the Gaston Baptist 
Association. 

Thank you ion making these things possible. 

F. Mr. Yates Campbell then asked if there were any questions. 
He pointed out that the Associational Office has a freezer 
for those who want to donate frozen foods to the needy. 



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34. Christian Education Report ; Mr. Eugene Johns moved the adoption 
of the report printed in the Book of Reports. This was seconded 
and carried. Mr. Johns then introduced Mr. J. Roy Robinson of 
Gardner Webb College, who spoke on Christian Education. He point- 
ed out that on November 5, 1974 the President's Marine Band will 
be at Gardner Webb College with a matinee at 1:30 p.m. and the 
senior citizens will be admitted free. He also pointed out on 
November 22, the January Bible Study Preparation Conference and 
Family Life Conference for Pastors' wives will be held in six of 
the seven North Carolina Baptist College campuses. 

35. Historian Report : Mr. Guy Walker gave his report noting that to 
date only 25 churches have given a report on accomplishments. He 
moved that the report be adopted. This was seconded and carried. 
The report is printed elsewhere in the minutes with additions re- 
ceived since Mr. Walker brought up the matter. 

36. Mr. Worth Braswell, host pastor, came to give a word of welcome 
and instructions concerning the facilities at the church. 

37. The session was dismissed at 10:15 for a break and reconvened at 
10:45. 

38. Miscellaneous Business : 

A. Americans United : No report given. 

B. Mr. William Wallace spoke briefly on the petition on pornog- 
raphy urging the pastors and lay people to get signatures to 
the Christian Action League to be given to State Legislators. 

C. Mr. David Babbitt spoke briefly on the area of the Baptist 
Homes of North Carolina. 

D. Dr. Hoyle Allred spoke on the visual aid that was presented 
at our night session and also pointed out that a film from 
the American Bible Society are both available on a loan basis 
from the Associational Office. 

E. Dr. Allred announced that the Annual Session of the Gaston 
Baptist Association will be held hext year at Sandy Plains 
Baptist Church, and Rankin Lake Baptist Church both in 
Gastonia, N. C, with Rev. Jerry Lethco preaching the annual 
sermon and John Tresch as the alternate. 

39. Resolutions Committee ; Mrs. Patsy Campbell read her report and 
moved its adoption. It was seconded and carried. It is as follows: 

WHEREAS thz 56th Annual Sz.6-l>Zon oi tkd Ga6ton Baptist A^^oclatZon 
comn-i, to a. clo6z, Ljouh. commtttzt oiizKi^ thz ^otZoMA,ng Kd&o- 
lutton. 

BE IT RESOLVEV 

That we expAe^4 ou.^ ovt^^loiA)lng gn.atttudt to the. Victo^u 
Baptt6t Church and th2.ln. pa^to^, Rev. Jame.6 Rev;^4 and thz 
Vattah Baptlit Church and the.lA, paitoK Rev. ijJo^th BM.aiuozll 
io^ pn.ovldtnQ a-6 g^actouily and adaqaatzty {^on. ou.fi Annual 
Sz66ton making 2.vQ,n.y po6itblz pA.o\Jt-6lon {^on. ouA. aom^ofit and 
convenience. The. \^)an.mth oi Mzlcomt and gfiacloui ChKlitlan 
ho6pttaltty ha^ bzzn mant^z^tzd throughout thz 4e44-ton. 

BE IT RESOLVEV 

That w>e expA.e44 to all thz ipzakzA.4> and mu^ldam uoho havz 
addfizazd u-6 dufUng thti 4e44-<.on oun. appKz elation ^on. thz 



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ckallzngz and Ivn^plfioitlon zach mzi^agz -in Mo^d and ma4^c ha.i 
bn.ou.ght to oixfi kaaKt^ . 

BE IT RESOl\/EV 

That we zxpKz^i, to Vn.. and Mk6 . Hoylz Mlfizd, Zn.o , yatzi 
Campbzll and tka k& i> o clatlo nal ^ta^^i oun. dzzp appreciation 
ion. thz ipldndld, zUldlznt 6zn.vlcz thzy n.2,ndQ,fi and ion, thzln, 
dedication, loyalty, and antln.lng won.k to help thz chun,che.& 
In oun. ki, -do elation. 

BE IT RESOLI/EP 

That we expn.e6i> to Bn.o . Elvln Jone6 oun. deep appn.eelatlon ion. 
the 6en.\)lee he ha& n.enden.ed the^e pa-st tioo yean.6 a6 Moden.aton. 
oi oun. Ai-ioclatlon and to all oun. ki>i,oelatlonal oiilcen.i who 
have 6en.ved u6 60 well dun.lng the yean, and may we pledge to 
oun. netjoly elected oHlceKi the iull i>uppon.t oi oun. people, 

BE IT RESOLVEV 

That we expn.e.i>i to Bn.o . Bill Wallace, oun. n.epn.eientatlve to 
the Christian Action League, oun. gratitude ion. bringing to 
oun. attention through hli n.e-i>olutlon, the Increasing dangers 
oi obscenity and pornography In our community and state and 
ior reminding us oi our christian responsibility to rid our 
state oi these corrupting Iniluences . 

BE IT RESOUEV 

That we express to Wake forest University Board oi Trustees , 
President Scales and Athletic Director Eugene Hooks our dis- 
approval and opposition to the Wake Vorest University games 
being sponsored on radio braodcast irom Statesvllle by the 
Schlltz Brewing Company. We iurther prayeriully request that 
Wake forest University move to cease any sponsorship by al- 
coholic beverages corporations . We iurther request that an 
oiilclal letter irom the Association be sent to Wake forest 
University oHlclals expressing these aiorementloned con- 
victions and our displeasure. 

(This was done in a letter from the Superintendent of Missions 
as per instruction. 11/5/74. A reply to Dr. Allred's letter 
from Dr. Scales, President of Wake Forest University /is print- 
ed on page 52 in the minutes.) 

BE IT RESOLVEV 

That we encourage our churches to give 21 oi their undesig- 
nated receipts to the work oi Gaston Baptist Association. 

BE IT RESOLVEV 

That we personally covenant together .to go back to our churches 
with renewed zeal and eiiort to help make the coming year more 
eiiectlve, taking note oi our iallures to achieve the heights 
that might have been reached li we had had more ialth and more 
love. Even Jesus "did not many mighty works there because oi 
their unbellei" Matt. 13.58. We praise Him ior overcoming our 
weakness with His underglrdlng strength and bringing us to the 
successes which the reports have shown. Thereiore, let us 
unite through prayer until we meet again. 

Evangelism Report ; Mr. Hoyle Alexander read the report and moved 
Its adoption. It was seconded and carried. It is as follows: 

He stated, "Sharing His love and His Spirit" was the theme 
oi the 2Sth state wide Evangelism Conierence meeting In Greens- 
boro, reilects the course oi evangelism In the Gaston Baptist 
Association. 



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Thz Ea4t GcL^ton C^u^adz ^oh. Chn.l6t u)ltk Bill Soulzk. a^ tho. 
e.v ang 2.11.6 1 madt a tzfifil^^lc Impact on tko. zntl^z a^za. Thz attznd- 
ancz ^0^ thz CMu6adz hzld tn thz llnzbzn.Qzn. Stadium and Gym ex- 
ceeded 17,000 with an additional 4,900 Kzachzd In thz i>zhooli> lAJlth 
SOO young pzoplz at GaM.dnzn.-()Jzbb Collzgz. Thzn.z \MZ>iz 612 dzcliloni 
during thz zlght nlghti with 274 oi thz&z ac.czptlng Ch^l^t a6 thzl^ 
Savloufi. 

Anothz^ highlight oi zvangzll^m ozcuitn.zd whzn many oi oun. 
c.hufizhz& 6znt youth g^oup^ to thz Youth Evangzll6m Con{^zn.zncz mzzt- 
Ing at Gfizzniibofio Augu6t 16. 

Plan6 {,on. zvangzll-im In ouK Association ion. 197 S Includz a 
Chlldn.zn' 6 Worship Workshop on Jhufi&day , Januan.y 9, 1975, at thz 
South Man.lztta Stn.zzt Baptist Church with an a^^tzKnoon and night 
szsslon. Thz szcond zmphasls will be a Soul Winning Clinic con- 
ductzd In thz Individual chuKchzs o^ thz Association during thz 
wzzk oi fzbH.uaH.y 10-14, 1975. 

41. Biblical Recorder Report ; Mr. Woodrow Hill of the Recorder, gave 
a report on the Power of the Printed Word and the Work of the 
Recorder. He urged the churches to put the Biblical Recorder in 
each church family home. 

42. Mr. A. A. Bailey presented the Constitutional Change for the 
second reading and its approval. The following presentation of 
the Change was made to the body : 

A. The Constitution Committee recommends that the first para- 
graph of Article VIII of the Constitution be changed to read: 
The moderator shall apoint at the annual meeting of the 
Association a Committee on Committees consisting of eight 
members of whom not less than two shall be pastors at all 
times (the number is changed from six to eight) . 

1. Mr. Bailey moved its adoption. Mr. E. W. Brockman 
seconded the motion and it carried. Mr. Bailey urged 
each of the churches to check their church constitution 
to make sure that the provision of Baptism by immersion 
is included. 

2. The Committee on Committees was named by the Moderator. 
It is printed elsewhere in the minutes. 

3. Dr. Hoyle Allred spoke a word of appreciation for all the 
prayers offered on his behalf during his illness. 

43. Mr. Worth Braswell led in the singing of the hymn "Calvary". Mr. 
Bob Rawlings led in our devotion and a prayer. 

44. A solo entitled "No Other Name" was sung by Mrs. Ricky Wright. 

45. A doctrinal sermon "The Holy Spirit and Gifts" was delivered by 
Mr. Foy Martin, pastor of College Park Baptist Church, Winston- 
Salem, North Carolina. 

46. Mr. Worth Braswell, host pastor, was recognized to give instruct- 
ions concerning the meal to be served. 

47. Mr. Elvin Jones, our Moderator . for the past two years , recognized 
Mr. Glenn Caldwell, the newly elected Moderator. Mr. Jones turned 
the gavel over to him with his petition for God's blessing. 

48. The Fifty-Sixth Annual Session of the Gaston Baptist Association 
was dismissed with prayer by Mr. Glenn Caldwell. 



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BUDGET 1974-75 



I. MISSION PROGRAM: Christian Social Ministries 

1. Relief $3,000.00 

4. New Center Expansion M-00.00 

5. VBS for Retarded 100.00 

6. Literacy Council 150.00 

7. Volunteer Training Prog 5 0.00 

TOTAL MISSION PROGRAM $4,150.00 

II. PERSONNEL EXPENSE 

8a. Supt. Missions Salary $10,367.50 

b. Convention 450.00 

c. Travel 1,520.00 

d. Health S Life 1,520.00 

e. Retirement 400.00 

f. Social Security 606.50 

Housing Cl,380.00) 

g. Utilities 600.00 



15,464.00 



9a. CSM Director Salary 6,980.00 

b. Housing and Utilities 3,600.00 

c. Travel 1,500.00 

d. Health 8 Life 1,520.00 

e. Social Security 618.93 

f . Insurance on Datsun truck 113 . 20 

g. Retirement 400.00 

h. Convention 300.00 



15,032.13 



10a. Case Worker Salary 5,817.00 

b. Travel 440.00 

c. Life and Disability 126.84 

d. Hospital Insurance 600.00(in lieu of 

salary 
increase) 

e. Ridgecrest HM Week 70.00 

f. Social Security 340.30 



11a. Promotional Secretary Salary 6,155.60 

b. Life and Disability 81.00 

c. Ridgecrest HM Week 70.00 

d. Social Security 360.10 



12a. Office Secretary Salary 5,720.00 

b. Life and Disability 81.00 

c. Ridgecrest HM Week 70.00 

d. Social Security 334,62 



7,394.14 



6,666.70 



6,205.62 



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13a. Custodian Salary 1,560.00 

b. Social Security. 91.26 

Housing (1,20 0.00) 1,6 51.2 6 



14a. Extra Secretarial Help 8 0.00 

b. Social Security 46.80 



15. Clerk Salary 150.00 



846.80 



150.00 
TOTAL PERSONNEL EXPENSE $53,410.65 

III. ORGANIZATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL MINISTRY 

16. Woman's Missionary Union 300.00 

17. Brotherhood 300.00 

18. Sunday School 600.00 

1 9 . Church Training 600.00 

21. Associational Minutes 950.00 

22. Annual Meeting 375.00 

23. Stewardship Promotion 100.00 

24. Evangelism 300.00 

25. Visual Aids 500.00 

26. Seminary Extension 400.00 

TOTAL ORGANIZATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL MINISTRY 4,425.00 

IV. SERVICE MINISTRY 

27 . Bulletins and Calendars 2,900.00 

29. Office Supplies 1,300.00 

30. Postage S Business Exp 1,400.00 

31. New Equipment S Maintenance 1,200.00 

TOTAL SERVICE MINISTRY 6,800.00 

V. BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT 

32. Utilities 3,000.00 

33. Insurance 612.00 

34. Maintenance of Buildings 2,075.00 

35. Janitorial S Kit. Supplies 240.00 

TOTAL BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT 5,927.00 

VI. DEBT RETIREMENT 

36. House Payment 1,380.00 

37. Debt Retirement (Loan) 3,872.16 

(month payments of $322.68) 

TOTAL DEBT RETIREMENT 5,2 52.16 

VII. CONTINGENCY FUND 

38. Miscellaneous S Christmas Bonuses...... 1,300.00 

TOTAL CONTINGENCY FUND 1,300.00 



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VIII. NEW WAREHOUSE FOR CSM 10,000.00 

TOTAL BUDGET 91,2 64.81* 

* ($12, 000. 00 is paid by State Convention and Home Missions Board, 
leaving a balance of $79,264.81 to be raised by the Association, 
This amount includes the warehouse funds; only $69,264.81 need 
be raised for current expense.) 

Item VIII - A fund is to be set up for CSM Warehouse by depositing 
into a savings account all funds over $1,000.00 at the end of each 
month. When $5,000.00 is on hand the Executive Committee is to 
look into the possibility and bring a recommendation to the 
Associational Board for action to build such a facility. 



A ^cU/i S^€tne 



Church Use .70 

Cooperative Program .20 
Assoc. Missions .02 «= ■ 
Other Missions . 08 
(Annie Armstrong, 
Lottie Moon, State 

Missions & Others) 

1.00 

EACH OFFERING PLATE DOLLAR SO SHARED WOULD PROVIDE ADEQUATELY 
FOR ALL MISSIONS. 

LET US DO SOMETHING OTHER THAN PREACH THE GOSPEL TO OURSELVES. 



TREASURER'S STATEMENT 



My four-page report to the Association is concluded with the 
Auditor's Statement. The figures in my statement are mine, but 
the Auditor's Statement concurs that the receipts, disbursements, 
and bank balance are in accord with my records. The Auditor's 
complete Report is on file with the Association's 197 3-74 financial 
records should you care to see them. 



FRED D. WEST, Treasurer 



3il 



GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 

CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED FROM CHURCHES 
For the Church Year Ended September 30, 1974 



Alexander Memorial 


» 


^ 551.43 


Alexis 




800.00 


Anthony Grove 




545.31 


Belmont, First 


175.00 


1,680.00 


Belmont, East 




1,355.00 


Berea 




1,160.40 


Bessemer City, First 


'» 


500.00 


Bessemer City, Second 




25.00 


Bethany 




50.00 


Bethlehem 




420.00 


Bingham 




300.00 


Calvary 




345.47 


Catawba Heights 




150.00 


Centerview 




751.38 


Chapel Grove 


95.00 


1,015.63 


Cherryville, First 




1,250.00 


Cherryville, Second 




204.00 


Chestnut Ridge 




360.00 


Cleveland Heights 




174.69 


Community 


218.00 


598.01 


Cramerton, First 


8.00 


1,150.00 


Cramerton, West 




325.07 


Dallas 


6.24 


1,150.00 


Fairview 




390.00 


Faith, Bessemer City 




106.83 


Faith, Gastonia 




104.00 


Flint Groves 


120.00 


2,424.96 


Fraley Memorial 




450.00 


Gamble Hill 




45.69 


Gateway 




120.00 


Gaston 




45.23 


Gastonia, First 


145.00 


4,879.94 


Gastonia, East 


150.00 


2,396.28 


Grace 




1,354.76 


Hardin 




710.44 


Hickory Grove 




400.00 


IHigh Shoals 


250.00 


2,041.63 


1 Holland Memorial 




104.28 


Lakeview 


120.00 


152.00 


Long Creek Memorial 




1,650.00 


Loray 


238.49 


2,350.00 


iliove Memorial 


37.00 


550.00 


I Lowell, First 




300.00 



Cash Receipts 

Contributions from Churches 

Transfer from Sinking Fund 

R. J. Cook 

Baptist State Convention 

Other Miscellaneous Budget Receipts 

Christian Social Ministry 

Pastors Seminars and Retreat 

Sales Tax Refund 

All Other Miscellaneous Gifts and Refunds 



McAdenville 




$ 531.50 


Macedonia 




650.00 


Mount Beulah 


578.59 


824.84 


Mount Holly, First 




1,500.00 


Mount Holly, Second 




430.00 


Mount Zion 




1,150.00 


Mountain View 




10.00 


New Hope 




391.50 


New Ufe 


3.00 


485.97 


North Main Street 




104.00 


North side 




300.00 


Oak Grove 




100.00 


Ozark Mission 




80.00 


Parkwood 


220.00 


1,830.00 


Plainview 




220.00 


Providence 




885.13 


Railey Memorial 




91.99 


Rankin Lake 




404.00 


Ranlo 


91.55 


1,175.00 


Ridge 




550.00 


Ridgeview 




471.16 


Riverside 




613.73 


Robinwood 




87.99 


Salem 




60.00 


Sandy Plain 


50.00 


1,200.00 


Seventh Avenue 




494.17 


Shady Grove 




1,042.89 


South Marietta Street 




1,200.00 


South Point 




130.00 


South side Chapel 




282.93 


Springfield 




132.66 


Stanley, First 


100 .00 


900.00 


Stowe Memorial 




120.00 


Sunnyside 




298.18 


Sunset Forest 


120 .00 


1,377.00 


Temple 




1,155.00 


Trinity 




212.90 


Tuckaseegee 


77.34 


735.56 


Unity, Belmont 




325.00 


Unity, Gastonia 


45.00 


3,041.82 


Victory 




1,297.14 


Webb's Chapel 




295.48 


West Franklin 




478.03 


Woodlawn 








2.84^^ 




$ 


66,807.42 

2,000.00 

500 .00 

210.00 

220.58 

4,588.85 




ifunds 


120.35 
359.14 


$ 77,038.35 



L 



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TREASURER'S REPORT - GASTON BAPTIST ASSOCIATION 
Fred West, Treasurer 
SEPTEMBER 197 4 



BUDGET ITEM 



PAID THIS MONTH 



PAID TO DATE 



BALANCE 



I. 



MISSION PROGRAM 
Christian Social Ministries 

1. Relief 75.65 

Supp. to child care -0- 

Eqpt. S Maint. -0- 

New Center Expansion 3 69.3 2 

Literacy Council -0- 

Volunteer Tr. Prog. 65.96 



TOTAL MISSION PROGRAM 5,100.00 510.93 



2,500.00 
1,500.45 
161.69 
500.00 
100.00 
245.94 

5,008.08 



-0- 

- .45 

38.31 
-0- 
-0- 

54.06 

91.92 



II. SALARIES 

20. Supt. of Missions 785.40 

*21. CSM Director 587.50 

22. Promotional Secretary 581.7 2 

**24. Case Worker 338.24 

25. General Secretary 538.74 

27. Custodian 3 27.49 

28. Clerk -0- 



TOTAL SALARIES 3 2,376.00 



3,159.09 



9,424 


.85 




15 


5,744 


.75 


1,795 


25 


5,702 


.20 


-106 


2 0*** 


2,853 


.32 


-156 


3 2*** 


5,248 


.50 


- 48 


.50*** 


1,768 


.00 


-0- 




150 


.00 
.62 


-0- 




30,891 


1,484 


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III. OTHER PERSONNEL EXPENSE 



35, 



36, 



Supt. of Missions 

CD Convention -0- 

(2) Housing (in pmts.) 

(3) Travel -0- 

(4) Health 8 Life 155.91 

(5) Retirement 3 3.34 



CSM DIRECTOR ,. ' ' 

CD Convention 

C2) Housing -These items paid thru 

C3) Travel Baptist State Convention 

C4) Health S Life and Home Mission Bd . 

C5) Retirement 

37. OTHER WORKERS 
CD Ridgecrest C3) -0- 
C2) Travel - Case Wkr. 33.33 
C3) Life Ins. C3) 43.33 

38. SOCIAL SECURITY 531.47 



TOTAL OTHER PERSONNEL EXP. 

11,035.84 797.38 



450 


00 


-0- 




1,400 


.00 


-0- 




1,180 


.51 


-166 


51 


400 


08 


-0- 




181 


.00 


219 


00 






1,800 


00 


ntion 




1,400 


00 


Bd. 




1,000 


00 


66 


00 


334 


00 


115 


00 


65 


00 


399 


96 




04 


199 


35 


88 


65 


2,133 


13 


-229 


37 


6,525 


03 


4,510 


81 



*CSM D5.rector receives $790 and $100 in checks from BSC for 
Salary, housing, travel. Items 36C4) and C5) paid by BSC and/or 
HMB on his behalf and not paid directly to him. $3 27.50 sent monthly 
from Associational office to BSC out of this account. 

**Salary of $48 5.7 6 monthly is paid to Jerry Strickland from 
Accts. 21 and 24, since extra allocation made by BSC in Item 21. 

***Amount shown over salary figure was withholding tax for Sept. '73 



36 



IV, 



ORGANIZATIONAL 8 EDUCATIONAL MINISTRY 



45. 


Woman's Mission. 


Un. 


-0- 




46. 


Brotherhood 




-0- 




47. 


Sunday School 




-0- 




48. 


Church Training 




86 


42 


49. 


Music 




45 


26 


50. 


Assoc. Minutes 




82 


40 


51. 


Annual Meeting 




-0- 




52. 


Stewardship Promotion 


53 


40 


53. 


Evangelism 




35 


40 


54. 


Visual Aids 




31 


53 


55. 


Seminary Ext. Scholars. 


45 


45 



TOTAL 0. 6 E. MINISTRY 5,155.00 379.86 



V. SERVICE MINISTRY 

65. Printing S Of fie. Sup. 

1. Bulletins S Cal . 

2. Other Printing 

3. Office Supplies 

66. Postage S Office Exp. 

67. New Eqpt. £ Maint. 

TOTAL SERVICE 5,100.00 



300.00 


-0- . 


300.00 


-0- 


1,000.00 


-0- 


300.00 


-0- 


600.01 


- .01 


850.00 


-0- 


375.00 


-0- 


92.35 


7.65 


150.00 


-0- 


303.92 


- 3.92 


865.32 


14.68 


5,136.60 


18.40 


1,973.22 


426.78 


200.00 


-0- 


1,016.45 


-16.45 


1,038.62 


-138.62 


876.86 


-276.86 


5,105.15 


- 5.15 



VI. BUILDINGS S EQUIPMENT 



70 



71 
72, 

73, 



Utilities 

(1) Telephone C3 loc . ) 

(2) Gas 

C3) Lights £ Water 
(4) Oil 
Insurance 

Maintenance of Bldgs. 
Janitorial £ Kitchen S. 



24 


26 


293 


56 


-0- 




-0- 




-0- 




27 


69 



TOTAL BLDGS. £ EQPT. 6,052.00 

VII. DEBT RETIREMENT 

80. House Payment 

81. Bond Program- Sink. 

Fund, land purch. 



VIII. CONTINGENCY FUNDS 

90. Misc. £ Christmas Bon, 

91. Petty Cash 

TOTAL CONTINGENCY 1,300.00 
BUDGET TOTALS 7 5,848.84 

92. Designations Rec'd 

to date 10,148.77 

BUDGET £ DESIGNATED TOTALS 
85,997.61 



664.72 

115.00 
701.12 



TOTAL DEBT RETIREMENT 9,730.00 816.12 



•0- 
55.00 



55.00 



1,888.28 


271.72 


341.29 


198.71 


1,744.02 


-744.02 


553.90 


-53.90 


680.80 


-68.80 


1,280.67 


-280.67 


255.92 


-15.92 


6,744.88 


-692.88 


1,380.00 


-0- 


5,392.07 


2,957.93 


6,772.07 


2,957.93 



1,199.01 
174.24 

1,373.25 



•99.01 
25.76 



•73.25 



6,383.10 


67,556.68 


8,292.16 


2,153.74 


9,229.99 


868.78 


8,536.84 


76,786.67 


9,210,94 



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SEPTEMBER RECEIPTS 
On hand Sept. 1 
Budget 
Designated 



1,024.65 
6,579.85 
2,152.56 
9,757.06 



TOTAL RECEIPTS RECONCILIATION 
TOTAL RECEIPTS 9,757.06 
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 8,536.84 



BALANCE 



1,220.22 



RECEIPTS TO DATE 





BUDGET S 


S. F. 




DESIGNATED 


TOTAL 




On hand October 1 










966 


54 


Received October 


4,963 


43 




1,401.98 


6,365 


41 


Received November 


5,905 


88 




729.13 


6,635 


01 


Received December 


4,441 


3 




1,227.79 . 


5,669 


09 


Received January- 


5,030 


70 




579.23 


5,609 


93 


Received February 


4,896 


09 




632.41 


5,528 


.50 


Received March 


5,077 


17 




306.13 


5,383 


.30 


Received April 


5,826 


45 




696.59 


6,523 


.04 


Received May 


8,150 


50 




506.90 


8,657 


.40 


Received June 


4,691 


73 




639.88 


5,331 


.61 


Received July 


5,905 


.08 




262.89 


6,167 


.97 


Received August 


5,421 


.40 




1,013.28 


6,434 


.68 


Received September 


6,579 
66,SS9 


85 
.3S 


- 


2,152.56 


8,732 
78,006 


.41 




10,148.77 


.89 


TOTAL RECEIPTS TO DATE 


78,006 


89 








TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS 




76,786 


67 


_ 






BALANCE ON fiAND 




1,220 


22 


_ 







HOYT BUTLER, C P. A. 
J. EDWARD STOWE, C P. A 
JOSEPH H. WITHERS, C. P 
C. STEVE DAVIS. C. P. A. 
CALVIN Q. ARROWOOD, C. 



BUTLER & STOAVE 

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 
1D9 WEST 3RD AVENUE 
GASTONIA, N. C. 

28052 

November 12, 1974 



The Executive Committee 
Gaston Baptist Association 
Gastonia, North Carolina 



We have examined the statements of cash receipts and dis- 
biiTsements of the General Fund and the Stinking Fund of the Gaston 
Baptist Association for the church year ended September 30, 1974. 
Our examination was made in accordance with generally accepted 
auditing standards and accordir^ly included such tests of the 
accounting records and such other auditing procedures as we 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 



In our opinion, the accompanyir^ statements present fairly 
the cash receipts and disbursements of the General Fund and the 
Sinking Fund of the Gaston Baptist Association for the church 
year ended September 30, 1974 in accordance with generally 
accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with 
that of the preceding year. 



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ANNUAL SERMON 

Preached by A. Douglas Aldrich 
October 24, 1971+ at Victory Baptist Church 

SCARECROW RELIGION 
, ' Jeremiah 10-1:16 

The motives that drive us to embrace our religious faith and 
experience are of first importance. These motives largely determine 
the quality and value of our personal religion. The Quaker, Douglas 
Steere, tells an ancient story that came out of the 14th century. 
An old woman was coming along the streets of Strasburg, carrying a 
pail of water and a lighted torch. When asked what she was doing, 
she answered that the water was to put out the fires of hell so that 
the people would not try to be good in order to escape punishment in 
hell, and the lighted torch was to burn up heaven so that men would 
be good not for the sake of heavenly reward, but for the love of God 
Himself. Ask yourself- What would your relationship be to God if 
there were no fear of hell and no hope of heavenly reward? Could you 
love God just for God ^ s own sake?" 

So much of popular religion grows out of these two motives- 
fear and hope of reward . The biblical motive includes these but goes 
much deeper. During World War 2 it was claimed: "There are no 
atheists in foxholes"- a religion resting on fear. Carrying good 
luck charms like a rabbit foot, reading your daily horoscope in the 
newspaper, seeking out the advice of Sister Grace, the palm reader, 
all of these are so much poppy cock- it represents religion born of 
superstition and fear. On the other hand, the reward motive can be 
just as immature. Have you ever known persons who embraced the 
Christian faith simply because a faith healer said it would improve 
their health or an evangelist said it would add to their financial 
prosperity ? 

Jeremiah termed such religion as pure idolatry. He said, "a 
woodsman cuts down a tree in the forest, a Carpenter fashions it 
with an axe, and a goldsmith decks it with silver and gold." But the 
idols that men so carefully design and decorate cannot speak, they 
have to be carried , for they cannot walk. They "are like scarecrows 
in a cucumber field . " 

Scarecrow religion is religion that man manufactures for himself . 
It is synthetic religion-of ten looking like the real thing, but lack- 
ing genuineness and reality ^ ( Compare polyester shirts and cotton- 
they look alike, but are not comparable in whiteness, quality and 
durability. 

I. Scarecrow religion is born out of fear and selfish desire rather 
than trust. ( Consider some of our scarecrow idols of todayT 

A. In our sophisticated culture we do not build idols out of 
metal and wood. We know better. We do, however, make 
idols out of the mental images within our minds and the 
wooden behaviour of our loveless lives. For example, a. 
young person may shrink from committing his life to Jesus 
Christ by hiding behind a manufactured doubt-"I'in not sure 
that I believe in God." Now his real problem may be that 
he wants a God that he can explain, understand, manipulate, 



39 



and control. Any God tliat we can t)e totally explained , 
understood) or interpreted is an idolr- not the living God 
who is creator and sustainer of the whole universe. ^ Some- 
times our so-called intellectual doubts about God's reality 
are idolatrous and superficia l dodges that keep us from 
heroic commitment to the God and Father of out Lord Jesus 
Christ. 

B. A second scarecrow idol- in our permissive culture there 
is another idol that men worship. It is the great Goddess 
Sex . Now sex has a beautiful and meaningful role within 
the intimacy and fidelity of a good marriage. When sex is 
rooted in the honest commitment of one man and one woman to 
each other in the secure bonds of married love, then sex has 
sacred powers in human experience. Tear sex away from its 
roots of married love, however, and it has tyrannical power 
to destroy marriage, undermine homes, weaken personal 
integrity, and wear away self respect . Americans high priest 
of this brand of idolatry is Hugh Hefner . The Bible- of 
this idolatry is Playboy Magazine . The churches of this 
idolatry are the Playboy clubs, the massage parlors and the 
topless nightspots . The Missionary literature is the 
flood of pornography , that has engulfed our modern culture. 
When sex is divorced from honest love and good marriage it 
loses its meaning and becomes idolatrous. 

C. A third scarecrow idol - in the identity crisis of modern 
times when so many persons do not know who they really are 
we are tempted to fashion idols out of our own frustrated 
ambitions- the drive for suc cess- the lust for power- the 
will to get ahead regardlesss of v7ho you have to trample 
over — The great Watergate scandal in that when politics 

• ceases to be a channel of service to humanity, it becomes 
a great lifeless idol before which men and women sacrifice 
their frustrated ambitions for personal power and prestige. 

D. A fourth scarecrow idol- in the midst of the materialism 
of our times, we discover how easy it is to make idols out 
of materialistic values. With the flood of inflation, the 
rise and fall of the stock market, and the threatened deep 
depression, we are driven to discover what our real values 
are. Do we have a faith whose North Star lies far beyond 
Wall Street? These are days that call for courageous faith. 
Do you have a faith that can handle adversity, trouble, loss 
failure, defeat, death? Does your faith keep shinning when 
days are dark? As we approach our annual stewardship and 
budget adoption this fall, our faith will be tested. Will 
we have the courage to maintain systematic , proportionate 
giving through our churches? Will we have the confidence to 
tithe? Even if it means cutting our standard of living? 
Remember : Christianity was born in the midst of dark days. 
Christian faith has always been able to better cope with 
adversity than with prosperity . This hour calls for courageous 
adventuresome faith. 

E. A fifth scarecrow idol - In the loneliness of our culture 

with its many impersonal relationships, we can even be tempted 
to make idols out of our families, our marriage partners, 
our children. We see this in the lives of persons who wrap 
up all of their values and interests in family members. 
But death can come to claim a loved one- then what? Are we 
to give ourselves up to self-pity, bitterness, and remorse? 



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Do we have a faith that can cope with death itself. Remember 
love' s priorities- God first, family second: church third, and 
soon- it is through our family on earth that God is trying 
to teach us the meaning of relationships in our family. We 
can avoid the idolatry of family by seeing each member of our 
family circle as God's gift to us. Hugh Prather writes of his 
wife's critical illness. They had been married only four years. 
As she slept by his side, critically ill, he wrote in his diary; 
"She may die before morning, but I have been with her for four 
years . Four years . There is no way I could feel cheated if 
I didn't have her for another day. I didn't deserve her for 
one minute." There is no idolatry in this attitude." 

Scarecrow religion is born out of fear and selfish desire rather than 
trust . 

II. Biblical religion, in contrast to scarecrow religion, is born out 
of trustful love that casts out fear. 

A. The God of the Bible is alive and rea l. He holds before us 
the vision of the everlasting hills - He lifts before us the 
horizon of the holy - He stretches our sight to see the limit - 
less moral possibility of life . He gives us goals worth 
striving for- goals that do not rust or decay or waste away. 
All of these and more God has given us in Jesus Christ. 

B. The God of the Bible is warm and loving and forgiving . When 
we get our lives all fouled up with sin and selfishness and 
greed a nd lust and ambition and jealousy and strife - God stands 
by ready to untangle the tangled threads of our lives and re- 
weave the patterns into baauty and meaning- God forgives- 

God ' s forgiveness is signed with' His own signature in the 
blood of Calvary's Cross- "Father, forgive them, for they 
know not what they do." 

C. The God of the Bible is a sustaining presence and power in 
our lives. He never forsakes his own. He is always within 
reach of our faith. His Holy Spirit is God with us and at 
work in our lives and in the world. 

Ralph Herring- Story of two year old girl sleeping in her crib by her 
mother's bed. Her family had recently moved to a new city. The 
surroundings were strange to her. The child awoke in the night- 
frightened- apprehensive- anxious, she reached her arm through the bars 
of the crib and touched her mother- a childish voice broke the 
silence-"Mommy, are that you?" "Yes, my precious, that is you." 
Then silence as the little child finding rest in the presence of one 
whom she loved and trusted- and she fell soundly asleep. 

So in these troubled times- hours when we cry out in the dark- 
"Is that you God comes in the presence of His Holy Spirit-"Yes- 
I am here: " 

What about your religion tonight? 

Is it lifeless- powerless, wooden- like a scarecrow in a cucumber 
patch- or has Christ brought you new birtli and new life by His 
presence in your heart? 



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ALEXANDER MEMORIAL 



CALVARY 



Mrs. Etta Ewing 

Mrs. Jennie Hobbs 

Mrs. Mamie Gable - ■ 

ALEXIS ■ ' - . 

Mr . Andrew Smith 
Mr. Grahm Helderman 
Mr. Jay Cope 
Mrs. L. H. Stallings 

ANTHONY GROVE 

Mr. N. J. Thomas, Deacon 
Harold Cagle 

BELMONT, FIRST '' ,. 

Mrs. Clara Richards 
Mr. Frank Pierce 
Mrs. Walter G. Brown 
Mr. Ed Lipscomb 

BEREA 

Mr. L. M. -Rabon 
Mr. J. W. Greene 

BESSEMER CITY, FIRST 

Mr. W. A. Lindsay, Deacon 

Mr. Charles A. Harmon, Deacon 

Mrs. Hubert Toney 

Mr. D. Hoke Coon, Deacon 

Mrs. Fred Arrowood 

Mr. Calvin Falls 



Mrs. D, B. Stroupe, Sr . 

Mr . R . J . Dameron 

Mr. Lawrence Kilpatrick 

CENTERVIEW 

Mrs, Mary Skidmore 

Mrs. Mable Beaty 

Mr. 0. G. Liles, Deacon 

Mr. Fulton Presley 

Mr. James A. Guice, Deacon 

Mrs. William Jones 

Mr. Eugene Skidmore 

Mrs. S, A. Wall 

CHAPEL GROVE 

Mrs. Kelly Whitesides 

CHERRYVILLE, FIRST 

Mrs. L. L. Summer 
Mr, Lloyd Dellinger 
Mr , Tommy Mundy 
Mr, Lee Sipe 
Mrs. Bertha Wright 
Mrs. G. A. Hager 
Mrs . Iva Chapman 

CHERRYVILLE, SECOND 

Mrs, Maggie Harris 

Mr. Ray Bivens 

Mr. Jack Harris, Deacon 

CHESTNUT RIDGE 



BETHANY 

Mr. W. C. Correll 
Mr. C. F. Kitchen 

BETHEL 

Mrs. Jean Hoffman 

BINGHAM 

Mr, Jeff Galloway, Deacon 
Mr. Robert Carpenter 
Mrs. Virginia Huntsinger 
Mrs. Ethel Hoffman 
Mr. Pete Johnson 



Mr. L, F. Chastain, Deacon 
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS 

Mr. E. R. Tino, Deacon 

CRAMERTON, FIRST 

Mrs. Lillian Beatty 
Mr. J. B. Walker, Deacor 
Mr. Leonard Norris 
' Mr, Elbert Lineberger 
Mr. David Farris 
Mrs. Grady Holcomb 



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DALLAS 



FRIENDSHIP 



Mrs 


. A. E. Adams 


Mr. 


Bob Carter 


Mr. 


Harris Fields 


Miss Cathleen Friday 


Mrs 


. Hugh Friday 


Mr. 


Hohn Hens ley 


Mrs 


. A. E. Jarrell 


Mr. 


Joe Lanford 


Mrs 


, Emmons Murphy 


Mr. 


T. J. Robinson 


Mrs 


. J. H. Thompson 


EAST BELMONT 


Mrs 


Irene Ray 


Mr. 


Bill Baumgardner 


Mr. 


Oscar Brown 



Mr. Cecil Lawrence 
Mr. Robert L. Mills 
Mr. John Ansell Baker 
Mrs. Mena Clark 
Mr. J. B. Pressley 
Mr. L. F. "Butch" Hicks 

EAST GASTONIA 

Mr. Joseph Tillman Brown, Deacon 

Mrs. William G. Brown 

Mr. Alvin Douglas Davenport, Deacon 

Mr. Oscar Lee Holcombe, Deacon 

Mrs. Edwin Yates Howe, Sr. 

Mr. Ralph Lee Long, Deacon 

Mr. Horace Lee Short 

Mrs. Lawrence R. Smith 



Mr. Collis Blanton 

GASTONIA, FIRST 

Mr. Hugh War lick 

Mr. J, Fred Rawlings, Jr. 

Mr, Thomas B. Ipock 

Mr, Banks Campbell . 

Mr, Cad Moton 

Mrs, W, H. Rucker 

Mrs. Sara Waters 

Miss Jinsie Underwood 



HARDIN 

Mr. 
Mr, 



Wayne Cloninger 
Webb LinebergeR, Jr, 



HICKORY GROVE 

Mr, J. L. Wilson 

Mr. Dan Brown 

Mr, Kenneth Harkey 

Mr. Carl Lee, Deacon 

Mr. George Smith, Deacon 

Mrs. Minnie Smith 

HIGH SHOALS 

Mr. T. 0. Webber 
Mr. J. T, Smith 
Mrs. T. B. Heafner 

HOLLAND MEMORIAL 



FAIRVIEW 

Mr. Gene Pope 

Mr. Verlin Breedlove 

FAITH BELMONT 

Mr. George Burch 

FLINT GROVES 



Mrs. Callie Capps 
Mrs , Hazel Pope 
Mr, Tommy Detter 

LAKEVIEW 

Mr. A. E. Flowers, Deacon 
Mr. Luther Hardin 

LONG CREEK 



Mr. Robert Barrett 
Mr. Focian Clark 
Mrs. Verna Fisher 
Miss Elizabeth Ford 
Mrs. Delena Gantt 
Mr. G. C. Hampton 
Mr. M. E. Hudson 
Miss Lola Keecer 
Mrs. Beulah Phillips 
Mrs. Lillie Phillips 
Mr. Raymond Pope 
Mrs. Ruby Pope 
Mr. Lester Warren 



Mrs. T. H, Hayes 
Mr. Erskine Wallace 
Mrs. Lottie Sparks 
Mr. Winfred Adding ton 
Mr. W. B. Brackett 
Mr. Keith Paysour 
Mrs. C. E. McCraw 
Mr. Jimmy Bryant 
Mrs. Carrie Underwood 



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LORAY 



MT. ZION 



Mr. Charlie Peeler 
Mr. Frank Ray, Deacon 
Mr. C. N. Newsome 
Mrs. Lewis Greene 
Mrs. D. S. Smith 
Mr. Audie Bumgardner 



Mr. J. C. Helms, Jr, 

Mr. Buren Bellinger 

Ms. Essie Crowder 

Ms, Lola Morrison 

NEW HOPE 



LOVE MEMORIAL 



Mr. C. C. Rowland 



Mr. Meek Jenkins, Deacon 
Mrs. Mary Brooks 
MR. Robert L. Hayes 

LOWELL, FIRST 



NEW LIFE 

Mr. James Wallace 
Miss Lizzie Craig 
Mr, Fred Kirkland 



Mrs. Lula Weaver 
Mr. R. A, Potts 
Mr. Marvin Billing 
Mr. A. P. Perkins, Sr, 
Mr. Claude Murphy 



Mrs 


. Bynessia Penber 

MVTT T V 


Mr. 


M V XLiLiLi 

Frank Barnhill 


Mr. 


W. L. Carter 


Mr. 


James 0. Fore 


Mr. 


Atner Gates 


Mrs 


. Grace Hall 


Mr. 


Lee Lineberger 


Mr. 


Fred Moore . ,.^ 



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\ 



MT. BEULAH 

Mr. Carl Bougan 

MOUNT HOLLY, FIRST 

Mr. Lee Pennington 
Mr. G. L. Kendrick 
Mr. Floyd Brooks 
Mrs. Ola Whitner . - 
Mr. Raymond Rhyne 
Mr. Jack Kiser 
Mr. Charles Taylor 
Mrs. Evelyn Fritts 

MT. HOLLY, SECONB 

Mr. L.L. Brown, Deacon 

Mr. C. H. Helton 

Mr. W. W. Bishop 

Mr. Lonnie Wiggins ; .^ 

Mrs. Nellie Melton -"^ 



NORTHSIBE 

Mr. Leo Bavis 
Mr. C. Y. Heavner 
Mrs. Laura Campbell 
Mr. Frank Cromer 

PARKWOOD 

Mr. W. Ed Lawing, Deacon 
Mr. Robert B. Smith 

RANKIN LAKE 

Mr. Leonard Lineberger 
Mr. Frank Lowe 

RANLO 

Mr. John A. Payseur, Deacon 

Mrs. Eula H. Noblett 

Mr. David B. Shore 

Mrs. Birdie N. Shumate 

Mr, W. W. Frost 

Mrs. Florence D, Thompson 

Mr. Gerald Robinson 

RIDGE 

Mrs, Willie Dean Sisk 
Mr. Clifton Lunsford 
Mrs, Bonnie Johnson 

SANDY PLAINS 

Mr. C, P. Glover 
Mrs. Ila Grant 
Mrs. Ida Hoffman 

SEVENTH AVENUE 

Mr. Archie Burleson 
Mr. Jack Burleson 



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SHADY GROVE 

Mr. Howard Bridges 

Mr. Floyd L. Mauney, Deacon 

Mr. Rives Hayes 

SOUTH MARIETTA 

Mrs. Irene T. Griffie 

Mr. Genry W. Comer 

Mr. John E. Bradley 

Mr?^. Norma P. Herrine 

Mr. Charles C. Elmore, Sr. 

Mr. Reid Mobley 

Mrs. S. C. Quinn 

Mr. Ralph A. Boughman 

Mr. John Henry Lucas 

Mr. Clyde E. Moss, Sr . , Deacon 



STANLEY, FIRST 

Mr. Thad (Bill) Green 

Mr. John Hill, Deacon 

Mr. Spencer M. Shelton, Sr., Deacon 

Dr. B. G. Weathers, Sr . , Deacon 

Mrs. Lee (Lib) Jordan 

STOWE MEMORIAL 

Mr. Cleo Thompson, Usher 
Mr. W. R. Reese, Deacon 

SUNNYSIDE 

Mr. Ode Phillips 

SUNSET FOREST 



UNITY 


CG) 




Mrs 


. Ida 


Bumgardner 


Mr. 


James 


W. Brown 


Mrs 


. W, A 


. Brown 


Mr. 


Aubrey Warren 


Mr. 


Grady 


Long 


Mr. 


Tony ( 


5ueen 


VICTORY 





Mrs. Helen Smith 

Mrs. Doshia Zabish 

Mrs. Beulah Eaves 

Mrs. Beulah Forbes 

Mrs. Eva Martin 

WEST FRANKLIN 

Mrs. Carol Hise Morrii 
Mrs. Nancy Green 
Mr. Forrest Black 

WEBBS CHAPEL 

Mr. Alvin Alexander 
Mr. Paul J. Best 

WEST CRAMERTON 

Mr. Fred Cantrell 

WOODLAWN 

Mrs. Bertie Barr 
Mrs. Grace Walker 



Mr. James Fowler 
Mrs. Avery Miller 

TEMPLE 

Mr. Charles Boyd 
Mr. Gene Pope 
Mr. J. B. Owens 
Mr. Ralph Hendrick 
Mrs. Emma Poole 
Mr. Otto Perry 

TUCKASEEGE 

Mrs. Grace Cox 
Mr. John G. Yelton 
Mr. Mack Stewart 
Mr. Paul Huffstetler 

UNITY (B) 

Mr. Kenneth Hansil, Deacon 



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Christ IS risen, hallelujah 



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CHURCH DIRECTORY 

OF 
' OFFICERS NOT INCLUDED IN TABLES 

MISSIONS 

East Chapel , Mount Holly, First 

Long Creek. Rev. Harold E. Fite Long Creek Memorial 

Ozark ..» Rev. E. G. Powell Gastonia, East 

Southside Gastonia, First 

Railey Memorial Rev . L . E . Bookout Victory 

MISSION SUNDAY SCHOOLS OR MINISTRY 

Beam ♦ s Rest Home Lowell , First 

Dallas Prison Flint Groves 

Day Care Loray 

Gaston County Jail Stanley , First 

Vacation Bible School Mission Chapel Grove 

RETIRED ORDAINED MINISTERS 

Alexander Mem, C. C. Roberts , Mount Holly 

Belmont , First . Walter N . Long , Belmont 

Chapel Grove , L . E . Bookout , Gastonia 

Cherryville, First... Z. W. Settlemyer, Cherryville 

Dallas Hubert Huggins , Dallas 

East, Gastonia T. L. Cashwell , Sr . ; W. L. Walters , Kings Mtn. 

First , Mt . Holly J . T'. McKlveen , Mt . Holly 

Lowell , First Grady . Wilker son , Lowell 

Northside Will Cloer, Nursing Home 

Shady Grove Amos Kiser, Cherryville 

Tuckaseege Guthrie Colvard, Mt . Holly 

ORDAINED MINISTERS, NOT SERVING AS PASTORS 

Catawba Heights J, Howard Mauldin, Belmont 

Chapel Grove Ernest Whitesides , Gastonia 

Cherryville, First Wade Dellinger, Cherryville 

Cleveland Heights Jack Rose, Gastonia ; C. M. Ostwalt, Belmont 

Dallas Clyde High, Dallas 

First, Mt. Holly E. L, Spivey, Mt . Holly 

First, Bessemer City W. P. Bumgardner, Bessemer City 

Flint Groves .....Love Dixon, Gastonia; George Pettigrew, Gastonia 

Gamble Hill Dean Jones , Gastonia 

Gastonia, First Dean H. Jones, Gastonia;Clarence Eden, Jr ., Gastonia 

Don Coleman , Gastonia 

Holland Memorial Bobby G. Bodenhamer, Wake Forest 

Long Creek 0. R. Costner ,Gastonia;Kenneth Warner, Kings 

Love Memorial Lloyd Hales , Dallas 

Lowell , First Grady . Wilkerson , Lowell 

McAdenville David Morris, McAdenville;E. J. Rumfelt ,McAdenville 

Midway Harold Fite , Dallas 

Mt. Beulah Daniel Messer, Cherryville 



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Mt. Zion Lee Wacaster, Cherryville 

New Hope Yates Campbell, Gastonia; Harold Medlock,6astonia 

New Hope , Allen Sinclair, Gastonia 

Parkwood ,.J. Howard Sinith,Gastonia; Jim. L. LoweryGastonia 

Parkwood Hoyle Allred , Gastonia 

Seventh Avenue.... V. C. Potter , Jr. , Gastonia; Clarence McMahan, Gastonia 

Stanley, First S. 0. Brandon, Stanley ;E. J. Brown, Stanley 

Trinity 0. Kenneth Anthony, Gastonia 

Victory Robert Grigg , Gastonia 

Webb ' s Chapel Samuel Murphy , Lincolnton 

Woodlawn J. T. Stafford,Lowell; J. N. Grant, Lowell 

Woodlawn Eugene Knight , Lowell 

Temple Oscar Bolch, Gastonia 

LICENSED MINISTERS 

Anthony Grove W. C. Wesson, Vale 

Berea Ronald Johnson, McAdenville 

Bessemer City, Second Bob Grigg, Bessemer City 

Bethel J. J. Staf ford, Dallas ; W. L. Stroupe, Dallas 

Bingham Memorial Curtis England , Bessemer City 

Calvary Ralph Webb , Gastonia 

Catawba Heights Boyce J. Duncan, Gastonia 

Chapel Grove Jerry Clark, Gastonia 

Cherryville, First Kim Jenkins, Cherryville 

Chestnut Ridge Rochelle Conners, Kings Mtn. 

Fairview Hazel P. Boyd, Gastonia, Andy W. Broughton, Gastonia 

Fairview Walter F. Payne, Gastonia 

Mt. Holly, First Robert Deese, Mt. Holly 

First, Bessemer City . .Curtis Camp, Bessemer City 

Flint Groves Roland Fowler, Gastonia 

Hickory Grove Chris L. Chaney, Gastonia 

High Shoals Dennis Blankenship, Lincolnton; J. M .Shelton, Lincolnton 

Lowell , First Tony Fulbr ight , Lowell 

Midway Bobby Hatcher , Gastonia 

Mt. Holly, Second Danny Brock, Charlotte 

Mt. Zion Jerry Lail, Cherryville 

Northside Tony McCombs, Gastonia; Charles Franklin, Gastonia 

Providence James Hill , Jr . Wake Forest 

Ridgeview David Helton, Mt. Holly 

Salem Raymond Franklin, Gastonia 

Seventh Avenue Rex Lovin, Gastonia 

Unity David Poteat, Gastonia 

West Cramerton W. C. Waters, Lowell; Cecil Phillips, Gastonia 

West Cramerton Charles Bingham, Gastonia 

Webb's Chapel Jack Cagle, Lincolnton 

ASSOCIATE PASTORS OR EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORS 

Belmont, First James F, Par ham, Belmont 

Bessemer City, Second Bob Grigg, Bessemer City 

Cherryville, First , Jms . Albert Leath, Jr., Cherryville 



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East Belmont Gerald Campbell , Belmont 

First Mt . Holly , Frank LaGrange , Mt . Holly 

First, Gastonia » Charles B. Summey, Gastonia 

Mt. Beulah Daniel Messer ,Cherryville 

Parkwood Richard E . Hicks , Gastonia 

Unity W . A . Huneycutt , Gastonia 

YOUTH DIRECTORS 

Belmont , First Alex F . Hegenbart , Belmont 

Cherryville, First Paul D. Robins^.-Cherryville 

Cramerton, First Donald D. Almond, Cramerton 

East , Gastonia Harry M . McCall , Jr . , Gastonia 

First , Gastonia Charles B . DuRant , Gastonia 

Mt. Beulah Judy Cook, Bessemer City 

Mt . Holly, Second Philip Campbell , Gastonia 

Stanley, First Michal Long, Dallas 

Victory Richard Savage , Gastonia 

West Franklin Kenny Cobb, Bessemer City 

SECRETARIES 

Alexis Kay B. Sisk, Stanley 

Anthony Grove , Pheobe Sisk , Crouse 

Belmont , First Shirley Bowen , Belmont 

Berea , Gail Caldwell , Gastonia 

Bethany Janet Michaels, Gastonia 

Bethel J . D . Beam , Gastonia 

Bethlehem Rose Clark, Gastonia 

Bingham Mozell Badger, Bessemer City 

Calvary, Sandra Robinson, Gastonia 

Centerview Louise Perkins , Mt . Holly 

Chapel Grove Marcella Wiggins , Gastonia 

Cherryville, First Linda H. Cooke, Cherryville 

Chestnut Ridge Lillian Nolan, Kings Mtn. 

Cramerton, First Mrs. Wade Glenn, i Cramerton 

Dallas Mrs . Wade A. Simm? , .Dallas 

East Belmont Mr s . Gerald Campbell , Belmont 

East, Gastonia Juanita Alexander, Gastonia 

Faith, Belmont Hilda McCarn, Mt. Holly 

First, Bessemer Katherine Guiton, Bessemer City 

Flint Groves Becky Garner , Gastonia 

Fraley Memorial Elsie Hoffman, Gastonia 

Gamble Hill - Phyllis Carroll , Bessemer City 

Gaston . , Flora Bolick, Bessemer City 

Gastonia, First . , Faye B. Armour, Gastonia 

Grace JoAnn Pressley, Gastonia 

Hickory Grove Diane Brock , Mt . Holly 

High Shoals Joyce W. Hovis, High Shoals 

Long Creek Mem Peggy McCraw, Dallas 

Loray Ruby W. Carpenter, Kings Mtn. 

Love Memorial Betty Baumgarner , Gastonia 

Lowell, First Mrs. Fred Hallman, Lowell 

McAdenville Mrs. Steve Rankin, McAdenville 



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Mt . Beulah Wilma D . Stinnette , Bessemer City 

Mt . Zion Joyce Bellinger , Cherryville 

Mountain View Walter Crossley, Kings Mtn. 

New Hope... Mrs. W, W. Stowe, Gastonia 

New Life Charles Rhyne , Stanley 

Northside Estelle Kirkland , Ranlo 

Parkwood Frances Hudson, Gastonia 

Ranlo Johnnie Morton , Gastonia 

Ridgeview Diane Helton, Mt . Holly 

Robinwood Charles Muse , Gastonia 

Sandy Plains Joan Hoffman , Gastonia 

Seventh Avenue Sandra Tate , Gastonia 

Shady Grove , Cathy Wright , Bessemer City 

South Marietta Street Lucille Anthony, Gastonia 

South Point Susan Jones , Belmont 

Springfield Alva Trantham, Dallas 

Stanley, First Mrs. Frank McClure, Stanley 

Stowe Memorial Mrs. Rodney Bumgardner, Mt . Holly 

Sunnyside Kay Ledford, Bessemer City 

Temple Phyllis Walters , Lincolnton 

Tuckaseege Mrs. R. Mack Pressley, Mt . Holly 

Unity , Gastonia » Veda Rhyne , Gastonia 

Victory Rita H . Short , Gastonia 

West Franklin Louise Varnadore, Gastonia 

West Cramerton Nancy Phillips, Gastonia 

Woodlawn Jane M . Saunders , Lowell 



RECREATIONAL DIRECTORS 

Alexis Mike Hipp , Alexis 

Anthony Grove Sherrill McSwain, Crouse 

Belmont, First John Cromlish, Belmont 

Bessemer City, Second Dennis Badger, Kings Mtn. 

Browntown Becky Hef f ner , Belmont 

Calvary Joyce Hardin, Gastonia 

Centerview Jesse L. Ballew, Mt . Holly 

Cherryville , First Paul D . Robins , Cherryville 

East Belmont Mrs. Gerald Campbell, Belmont 

East, Gastonia Harry M. McCall, Gastonia 

Pir St , Mt . Holly Harold Helton , Mt . Holly 

Flint Groves Linda Gaddis , Gastonia 

Gamble Hill Leona Carringer , Kings Mtn . 

Gastonia, First Charles B. DuRant, Gastonia 

Hardin Rachel Smith, Dallas 

Hickory Grove , Yates Maxwell, Stanley 

Holland Memorial Ponda Bell , Bessemer City 

Lakeview .Dick Shelton, Alexis 

Long Creek Peggy McCraw, Dallas 

Loray Morgan Guffey, Gastonia 

Lowell , First Ken Capps , Lowell 

Macedonia Mitchell Robinson, Gastonia 

Mt. Holly, Second Oscar Mathis, Mt. Holly 

Plainview .Rondall Guffey, Dallas 

Ranlo , James Turpin, Gastonia 

Shady Grove Harvey Sellers , Crouse 

Stanley, First Ted Sprinkle, Stanley 

Temple, Gastonia .Dave Wortman, Gastonia 

Trinity. Judy Anthony, Gastonia 



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Victory Richard Savage , Gastonia 

West Franklin , . . . .Kenny Cobb, Bessemer City 

Webb * s Chapel Fred Heaf ner , Jr . , Iron Station 

MINISTERS ORDAINED THIS YEAR 

Chapel Grove Ernest Whitesides , Gastonia 

Mt. Beulah Daniel Messer, Cherryville 

Ranlo Bobby McNew , Stem 

Springfield Ronald Bryan, Dallas 

MINISTERS LICENSED THIS YEAR 

Berea Ronald Johnson, McAdenville 

Bethel James J . Stafford , Dallas 

Bethlehem Raymond Hamrick, Jr. , Boiling Springs 

Bethlehem , James Monroe , Gastonia 

Bethlehem , Fain Farmer , Gastonia 

Chestnut Ridge Charles Fite , Kings Mtn . 

Chestnut Ridge Johnny Gantt , Kings Mtn . 

East Belmont.* Gerald W. Campbell, Ft. Worth, Tex. 

Gateway Walter Boyd , Gastonia 

Gateway Butch Sweatt , Gastonia 

Holland Memorial Bill R. Helms, Gastonia 

South Marietta Street Randy Bridges, Boiling Springs 

South Marietta Street Danny Elmore, Gastonia 

South Marietta Street Charles C. Penley, Shelby 

Unity, Belmont David Poteat , Gastonia 

West Cramerton Cecil Phillips , Gastonia 

ORGANISTS Cor pianist if no organist) 

Alexander Memorial Sheila E. Kerley, Kannapolis 

Alexis Louise Hager, Alexis 

Anthony Grove Carolyn Bumgarner, Cherryville 

Belmont, First Nelson Hayes, Belmont 

Berea Judy Duncan , Gastonia 

Bessemer City, Second Danny Harrill, Bessemer City 

Bethany < Frances Pearson, Gastonia 

Bethel Jean Dr ennan , Gastonia 

Bethlehem Lonnie C . Hoyle , Gastonia 

Browntown Willie Lawing , Belmont 

Calvary Mrs . C . A . Sahms , Gastonia 

Catawba Heights Mrs . Terry Collins , Belmont 

Centerview Nancy Duncan , Belmont 

Chapel Grove Mrs . David Nesnow, Gastonia 

Cherryville, First Mrs. Ralph Beam, Jr., Cherryville 

Cherryville, Second Carolyn Rayf ield, Bessemer City 

Chestnut Ridg(e Delia Chastain , Kings Mtn . 

Cleveland Heights Mrs . Paul Horne , Gastonia 

Community Doris Pace , Dallas 

Cramerton , First Mr s . Earl Lof tis , Gastonia 

Dallas Ted Huggins , Dallas 

East, Belmont Mrs. W. E. Jones, Belmont 

East, Gastonia Mrs. Donald S. Caldwell, Dallas 

Faith, Belmont i . Marietta McCain, Belmont 

'Faith, Gastonia , Edith Burns , Gastonia 

First, Mt. Holly Kay Wiggs, Mt . Holly 

First, Bessemer City Wesley Hunphries, Gaffney, SC 

Flint Groves • • Gene Russell , Gastonia 

Fraley Memorial Treva Edmonds , Gastonia 



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Friendship . ^ «,,.,«,.« ^ ,,., ^ ...«.., ^ ...,«....., ^ . ^Mar jorie Finger , Belmont 

Gamble Hill . , , ^ , .... ^ ............ . Linda Greene , Gastonia 

Gaston ^ ...,..., ....,...,.., Bonnie Grant , Dallas 

Gastonia, First ,..«,,...., .Mrs. Fred Ratchford, Gastonia 

Gateway .........,.,, Nancy Worrells, Gastonia 

Grace , Suzanne Barber , Dallas 

Hardin ..,..,., Pamela Smith , Dallas 

Hickory Grove Kathy Craig , Mt .. Holly 

High Shoals Joyce W. Hovis, High Shoals 

Holland Memorial Edith Millwood , Gastonia 

Lakeview Cora Lee Jenkins , Cvamerton 

Long Creek Jerri Daniels , Dallas 

Loray Mary Johnson, Gastonia 

Love Memorial Bernice Kinnaman , Gastonia 

Lowell, First Mrs. J. K. Carpenter, Belmont 

Macedonia Joan Raxter , Gastonia 

McAdenville Mrs Harold Rankin, Lowell 

Midway Sandra Harmon , Gastonia 

Mt. Beulah Ethel Robinson, Dallas 

Mt. Holly, Second , Mrs. James Gold, Mt . Holly 

Mt. Zion Mrs. Guy R. Beam, Jr. Cherryville 

New Hope Peggy Hovis , Dallas 

New Life Sue Pruitt , Stanley 

North Main , Francis Bridges , Stanley 

Northside Mrs. John Slaton, Ranlo 

Parkwood Mrs. Gordon Bane, Gastonia 

Plainview , Mrs. Lewis Clemmer, Dallas 

Providence Blenda Gault , Gastonia 

Rankin Lake .Frances Carrigan, Dallas 

Ranlo Rachel Bumgarner , Gastonia 

Ridge Alice Moss, Gastonia 

Ridgeview .Mrs . Dan Altizer , Mt . Holly 

Riverside Becky Hice, Gastonia 

Salem Cathey Mitchell, Gastonia 

Sandy Plains Joan Hoffman, Gastonia 

Seventh Avenue Dot Green, Gastonia. 

Shady Grove Brenda Davis , Bessemer City 

South Marietta Street Janice Cloninger, Gastonia 

South Point Libby Byrum, Belmont 

Springfield Louise Broome , Stanley 

Stanley, First Mrs. J. W. Long, Stanley 

Stowe Memorial Mrs. J. K. Huffman, Gastonia 

Sunnyside Linda Scates , Bessemer City 

Sunset Forest Kay Toomey , Gastonia 

Temple Renita Grain , Gastonia 

Trinity Diane Newton, Bessemer City 

Tuckaseege Mrs . Steve McCotter , Mt . Holly 

Unity, Belmont Mrs . Richard Whitesides , Gastonia 

Unity, Gastonia Mildred Young, Bessemer City 

Victory Claudia R . Braf f ord , Gastonia 

West Franklin Margaret Pardue, Gastonia 

West Cramerton. Mrs. Loyce Dillard, Cramerton 

Webb^s Chapel Mildred Mauney, Lincolnton 

Woodlawn Virginia Fulbright, Lowell 



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LIST OF DIRECTORS OF LIBRARY SERVICES 

Alexis .,.,,,,, .Dorothy Long, Iron Station 

Belmont, First,... ...Mrs. L. B, Bass, Sr., Belmont 

Berea. Wanda Cloninger, Gastonia 

Bethlehem. Judy Fore, Gastonia 

Calvary , Pauline Buchanan, Gastonia 

Centerview , Shirley Guice, Mt . Holly 

Cherryville, First. Phyllis Philbeck, Cherryville 

Chestnut Ridge Margaret Raefield, Kings Mtn. 

Cleveland Heights Shelia Bolton, Belmont 

Cramerton, First Mrs. Donald Almond, Cramerton 

East , Belmont Joyce Holler , Belmont 

East, Gastonia Robert N. Hoffman, Dallas 

First, Mt. Holly Mrs. Perry Roberts, Mt. Holly 

First, Bessemer City Mrs. T. A. Lynn, Sr . , Bessemer City 

Flint Groves Virginia Long, Gastonia 

Friendship Sheron Patterson , Belmont 

Gastonia, First , Mrs. Julius Sanders, Gastonia 

High Shoals Phyllis Rice, High Shoals 

Lakeview. .Mrs . Willie Brittain, McAdenville 

Loray J. Lee Blalock, Gastonia 

Love Memorial Betty Baumgarner , Gastonia 

Mt. Beulah Ann Lineberger, Dallas 

Mt. Zion Mrs. Dennis Costner, Cherryville 

New Life •. Denise Cloninger, Stanley 

Parkwood . . . . , Mrs. M. 0. Owens, Jr., Gastonia 

Ranlo Johnnie Morton , Gastonia 

Ridge Betty Lunsf ord , Gastonia 

Sandy Plains Olive M. Falls, Gastonia 

Seventh Avenue Martha Groves , Gastonia 

Shady Grove..., »v Mrs,. Yates Witherspoon, Bessemer City 

Stanley, First Mrs. Jimmy Ramsey, Stanley 

Tuckaseegee Mrs . G . L . Nichols , Mt . Holly 

Unity, Gastonia Veda Rhyne, Gastonia 

Victory Pat Hartman , Gastonia 

West Franklin Catherine Spencer, Gastonia 

West Cramerton Donna Sprinkles, Gastonia 

Woodlawn Ruby Usery , Lowell 



Dr. Scale's Reply 



Dear Mr. Allred: 



I thank you for forwarding me the expression of concern by 
the Gaston Baptist Association in annual session October Z5. The 
official response to the resolution is to accept the request in the 
spirit in which it was passed, and to tell you that Wake Forest 
has notified the network with the contract to broadcast intercollegiate 
athletic games to discontinue this advertising. 

I thank you and the members of the Gaston Baptist Association 
for bringing this matter to our attention. 



Faithfully yours, 



Wake Forest University James Ralph Scales 

Winston-Salem. North Carolina arioe P r e S ide nt 



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Constitution 



PREAMBLE 

We, the Missionary Baptist Churches of Jesus Christ, composing 
the Gaston Baptist Association, convinced of the necessity of an 
association of churches in order to promote fellowship, missions, 
education. Christian service, the preaching of the Gospel, and to 
cooperate with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and 
the Southern Baptist Convention in their work, do hereby agree and 
subscribe to the following articles. 

ARTICLE I. NAME 

The name of the body shall be the Gaston Baptist Association 
of North Carolina. 

ARTICLE II. MEMBERSHIP 

The membership of the Association shall be composed of the 
pastors of all member churches, and three messengers from each 
church for the first one hundred members or fraction thereof, and 
one additional messenger from each church for each additional one 
hundred members or major fraction thereof, provided that no church 
shall have more than ten messengers in addition to the pastor. Such 
messengers shall be duly certified to in the annual letter sent by 
the church to the annual meeting of the Association. 

ARTICLE III. AUTHORITY 

This Association claims to be independent and sovereign in 
its own sphere, but shall never attempt to exercise any authority 
over the internal affairs of the churches. 

ARTICLE IV. MEETINGS 

The Association shall meet annually on Thursday after the third 
Sunday in October and continue for two days or longer in the judge- 
ment of the Program Committee, subject to the approval of the Assoc- 
iation. The time of the annual meeting may be changed, or special 
meetings may be called by the Executive Committee, provided two 
weeks notice is given to the member churches. 

ARTICLE V. OFFICERS 

The officers of the Association shall be Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Historian, Librarian 
and three trustees. They shall be elected by the Association in 
its annual meeting and shall serve until their successors are elected, 
Vacancies occurring between annual meetings shall be filled by the 
Executive Committee, except the office of Moderator, in which the 
Vice-Moderator shall automatically become Moderator. 

ARTICLE VI, ORGANIZATIONS 

The Association shall encourage and promote such associational 
organizations as Sunday School, Church Training, Woman's Missionary 
Union, Brotherhood, Music and such other organizations which are in 
keeping with the purpose of this Association, with their full staffs 
and programs necessary for the promotion of the work. The officers 
of these organizations shall be elected by the Association in its 
annual meetings and shall serve until their successors are elected. 
Vacancies occurring between annual meetings shall be filled by the 
Promotional Committee. 



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ARTICLE VII. ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

The Association shall have an Associational Board composed of the 
Officers of the Association, the Associational Sunday School Director, 
the Associational Director of Church Training, the Associational W.M.U. 
Director, the Associational Brotherhood Director, the Associational 
Music Director, the senior pastors of the member churches and two 
members from each member church to be elected by the church. The two 
members from each church shall be duly certified in the annual church 
letter. Associate pastors, ministers of youth, music, and education 
may attend as non-voting members. 

ARTICLE VIII. COMMITTEES 

The Moderator shall appoint at the annual meeting of the Assoc- 
iation a Committee on Committees, consisting of eight members of whom 
not less than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

The Association shall have the following standing Committees, 
along with other committees authorized by the Association or the 
Associational Board. 

1. The Executive Committee shall be composed of the Moderator, 
chairman of the Promotion Committee, the chairman of the Finance 
Committee, the chairman of the Missions Committee, the chairman of the 
Properties Committee, the chairman of the Constitution Committee and 
nine other members of whom not less than three shall be other than 
pastors at all times. 

2. The Promotional Committee shall be composed of the Vice- 
Moderator who shall serve as chairman, the chairman of the Executive 
Committee, the Chairman of Evangelism Committee, the Chairman of the 
Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee, and the organizational 
leaders as provided in Article VI . 

3. The Finance Committee shall be composed of six members of 
whom not less than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

4. The Missions Committee shall be composed of six members of 
whom not less than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

5. The Nominating Coimnittee shall be composed of six members of 
whom not less than two shall be other than pastors at all times. 

6. The Program Committee shall be composed of three members of 
whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

7. The Resolutions Committee shall be composed of three members 
of whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

8. The Stewardship Committee shall be composed of three members 
of whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

9. The Evangelism Committee shall be composed of three members 
of whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

10. The Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee shall be 
composed of three members of whom not less than one shall be other 
than a pastor at all times. 

11. The Properties Committee shall be composed of three members 
of whom not less than one shall be other than a pastor at all times. 

12. The Ordination Committee shall be composed of six pastors. 



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13. The Constitution Committee shall be composed of three members. 

ARTICLE IX, NEW CHURCHES 

The Association may receive other churches into its fellowship 
upon receipt of letters of dismissions from other like associations. 
It may also receive newly constituted churches whose Articles of Faith 
harmonize with the generally accepted membership in the Association 
shall be received under the watchcare for a period of time sufficient 
to prove, through practice and attitude, its place as a cooperating 
Baptist Church. A church, upon organization, may apply for member- 
ship through the Executive Committee of the Association. If, in the 
judgment of the Missions Committee, such church has met the require- 
ments stated above, the Missions Committee may recommend at the next 
annual meeting that such church be received into the full fellowship 
of the Association. During this period of watchcare such churches shall 
be entitled to all rights and privileges of the Association except 
that their members shall not hold office nor vote. 

ARTICLE X. DISCIPLINE 

Any church failing to report the annual letter to the Association, 
or failing to be represented at the annual meeting, or failing to 
contribute worthily to Associational and Denominational Missions, for 
two consecutive years, shall be notified by the Executive Committee 
that if their failure is not remedied by the next annual meeting, 
recommendation shall be made to remove said church from the membership 
in the Association. 

ARTICLE XI. CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES 

This Constitution may be amended at any annual meeting of the 
Association by a two-thirds majority of the messengers present on the ^ 
second day, at a time provided by the Program Committee, provided 
the proposed amendment has been presented to the Executive Committee 
in writing at least thirty days prior to the annual meeting, and pro- 
vided the proposed amendment is read to the Association on the first 
day of the annual meeting. 

ARTICLE XII. QUORUM 

Messengers from twenty-five percent of the churches enrolled as 
members of the Association shall constitute a quorum. 

• ^ BY-LAWS 

BY-LAW I. PARLIAMENTARY RULES 

The Parliamentary authority of the Association shall be Roberts 
Rules of Order (latest revised edition) . 

y BY-LAW II. ASSOCIATIONAL YEAR 

The Associational year shall begin October 1 and close September 
30. 

BY-LAW III. MEETINGS 

The regular meetings of the Association shall be held at such 
places as may be decided by the Association in regular session. Special 
meetings or change of places that may become necessary shall be 
decided by the Executive Committee. Each session of the Association 
shall be opened and closed with prayer. 



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BY-LAW IV, DUTIES OF OFFICERS 

1. The Moderator shall preside over the meetings of the Assoc- 
iation according to the Constitution and By-Laws, and appoint a 
Committee on Committees. He shall be chairman of the Associational 
Board, member of the Executive Committee, and shall be an ex-officio 
member of all other committees. The Moderator shall assxame the duties 
of the Superintendent of Missions as assigned when the Association is 
not served by one by reason of resignation and/or illness. He shall 
be ineligible to succeed himself after the second successive term. 

2. The Vice-Moderator shall preside in the absence, or at the 
pleasure of the Moderator, and shall be vice-chairman of the Assoc- 
iational Board and chairman of the Promotional Committee. 

3. The Clerk shall send annual report forms to the member 
churches at least thirty days prior to the annual Associational 
meeting, keep an accurate record of the proceedings of the Association, 
supervise the printing and the distributing of the minutes to the 
member churches, subject to the approval of the Executive Committee, 
keep on file copies of the minutes, records and other documents of the 
Association, and serve as Secretary of the Associational Board. For 
these services the clerk may receive an honorarium annually to be 
decided by the Association. 

4. The Treasurer shall receive and bank all funds of the Assoc- 
iation in the name of the Association, disburse the same upon instruct- 
ions from the Association, its Associational Board or as designated in 
the budget; render an accurate report of receipts and disbursements at 
the annual meeting, give a report at each quarterly Associational Board 
meeting; audit the Executive Committee when requested by that committee; 
and keep books available and up to date for examination. For mutual 
protection the Treasurer shall be bonded in such an amount as the 
Executive Committee shall direct. For these services the Treasurer 

may receive an honorarium annually to be decided by the Association. 

5. The Parliamentarian shall advise and assist the Moderator 
and the Association with respect to all matters involving proper 
parliamentary procedure. 

6. The Historian shall collect and preserve historical data on 
the Association and its churches, and shall present a written report 
at each annual meeting of the Association. 

7. The Librarian shall direct and supervise the Library Program 
of the Association and have charge of the Associational Library, and 
shall present a written report at each annual meeting of the Association, 

8. The three Trustees shall hold and preserve properly the 
titles to all property, or properties, of the Association, whether 
real or otherwise, and shall execute such transfers of title, or 
signatures, as may be authorized by the Association or Associational 
Board. 

BY-LAW V. DUTIES OF ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERS 

1. The Associational Sunday School Director shall promote and 
supervise the Sunday School Program of the Association, and shall be 
responsible for the direction of the Vacation Bible School work of the 
Association in cooperation with the Superintendent of Missions. 

2. The Associational Church Training Director shall promote and 
supervise the Church Training Program of the Association in cooperation 
with the Superintendent of Missions. 



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3. The Associational Woman's Missionary Union Director shall 
promote and supervise the Woman's Missionary Union Program of the 
Association in cooperation with the Superintendent of Missions and 
in keeping with the Constitution and By-Laws of Woman's Missionary 
Union of Gaston Baptist Association. 

4. The Associational Brotherhood Director shall promote and 
supervise the Brotherhood Program of the Association in cooperation 
with the Superintendent of Missions. 

5. The Associational Music Director shall promote and supervise 
the Music Program of the Association in cooperation with the Super- 
intendent of Missions. 

BY-LAW VI. THE ASSOCIATIONAL BOARD 

The Assocational Board shall hold four quarterly meetings and 
others as necessary, and present a written report to the Association 
at its annual meeting. It shall be the duty of the Associational 
Board to act for the Association in the interim between annual meetings. 
It shall carry out the policies and will of the Association. 

"One or more members of the Board from each of thirty percent 
of the churches enrolled as members of the Association shall constitute 
a quorum. " 

BY-LAW VII. DUTIES OF COMMITTEES 

1. The Committee on Committees shall nominate the members of 
the several standing committees (except the Promotional Committee) 
and present them for election by the Association, fill any vacancies 
that may occur between annual meetings; and appoint special committees 
that may be authorized by the Association or its Associational Board. 

2. The Executive Committee shall administer all matters committed 
to it by the Association or its Associational Board and decide on 
routine and emergency matters between sessions of the Associational 
Board. It shall initiate and recommend matters concerning business 
management and approve the employment of all personnel except the 
Superintendent of Missions, and Director of Christian Social Ministries. 
It shall accept applications for membership in the Association from 
newly constituted churches and may receive said churches under watch- 
care until the next annual meeting. It shall provide annually for an 
audit of the Treasurer's records and report the condition of the 
financial records to the Association. It shall give full guidance 

and direction to the Superintendent of Missions and Director of 
Christian Social Ministries in formulating plans and promoting the 
work of the Association in general. It shall meet monthly but a 
quorum of seven shall be necessary to transact business. 

3. The Promotional Committee shall coordinate the activities of 
the Associational organizations and plan and promote an Associational 
calendar of activities. It shall meet at least once per quarter. 

4. The Finance Committee shall plan and present to the 
Association an annual bedget. It shall have the general oversight 
and administration of the financial affairs of the Association. 

5. The Missions Committee shall survey communities which appear 
to be in need of new Baptist work and ministry; seek to enlist churches 
to sponsor new work in such communities; give guidance and counsel 

in procuring temporary and permanent sites for locating such work 
in accord with Associational policy; and make recommendations to the 
Association or its Associational Board as to the missionary needs 
which might be best met through cooperative efforts. It shall 
advise with any group considering a new church and assist in organizing 



58 



new churches. It shall make recommendations to the Association con- 
cerning all churches under watchcare. 

b. The Nominating Committee shall nominate at the annual meeting 
of the Association the officers of the Association and organizational 
officers according to Articles V and VI of the Constitution and Assoc- 
iational representatives for the various institutions and agencies of 
the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. 

7. The Program Committee shall prepare a printed program for the 
annual meeting of the Association which shall be sent to all persons on 
the program and to all pastors at least thirty days before the annual 
meeting. It shall direct the enrollment of the messengers at the 
annual meeting. It shall direct the enrollment of the messengers at 
the annual meeting. It shall recommend the place or places for the 
next annual meeting and the preacher and alternate for the annual sermon, 

8. The Resolutions Committee shall present to the Association any 
resolutions it may deem wise. All resolutions presented to the Assoc- 
iation shall be referred to the Resolutions Committee, except that by 

a two-thirds vote of the messengers present on the first day of the 
Associational meeting, the rules may be suspended and a resolution 
may be taken up for immediate consideration. 

9. The Stewardship Committee shall promote the total program of 
Stewardship within the churches of the Association. It shall assist 
the Finance Committee in the promotion of the Associational budget. 

10. The Evangelism Committee shall promote the total program of 
Evangelism within the churches of the Association. 

11. The Christian Life and Public Affairs Committee shall recommend 
ways in which the Association can work for the promotion of civic 
righteousness and social uplift. 

12. The Properties Committee shall have c _^^ oversight over 
all property owned or leased by the Associat: . 

13. The Ordination Committee shall, upon request by a member 
church, assist with the examination and ordination of a candidate for 
the Gospel ministry. 

14. Members of all committees, except the Promotional Committee 
and the Committee on Committees, shall be elected to serve on a i 
rotating basis of not more than three years. 

BY-LAW VIII. EMPLOYMENT PROCEDURES 

The Association shall employ a Superintendent of Missions and a 
Director of Christian Social Ministries who shall be recommended by 
the Executive Committee and elected by the Association or its Assoc- 
iational Board. The Superintendent of Missions shall work under the 
guidance of the Executive Committee and serve as an ex-officio, non- 
voting, member of all committees. The Director of Christian Social 
Ministries shall work under the guidance of the Superintendent of 
Missions and serve as an ex-officio, non-voting, member of the Ex- 
ecutive Committee and Missions Committee. All other employed personnel, 
as may be provided in the Associational budget, shall be employed by 
the Executive Committee. 

BY-LAW IX. AMENDMENTS 

Amendments to the By-Laws made at any annual meeting by a majority 
of the messengers present. 



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